Wicked Spoon Buffet – 2020 Price, Hours, Menu, & Coupons

The Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is a modern and elegant buffet that goes beyond the traditional Las Vegas buffet options. Wicked Spoon Buffet is found near the convention space at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas and features a calm atmosphere adorned with modern artworks and glass sculptures.

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A look at the majestically wicked, Wicked Spoon. Photo Credit: cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

The award-winning Wicked Spoon Buffet serves up some of the best food you can get anywhere in Las Vegas and has been previously named KNPR Best Dessert Buffet, and Best Buffet from Best of Las Vegas from the Las Vegas Review-Journal in the past as well.

Most of the dishes at Wicked Spoon Buffet are served on individual small plates or in elegant metal saucepans so that guests can enjoy reasonable portion sizes of the unique dishes on the menu. A variety of seasonal dishes are often found on the buffet line that also features buffet station staples such as a seafood station and carving station.

The Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan Las Vegas is pricier on strip hotel buffet on the second level of Chelsea Tower towards the back of the chic, trendy, resort.

Wicked Spoon Dining Room

The Wicked Spoon dining room. Photo Credit: cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

Wicked Spoon Buffet Hours

Brunch Monday through Thurs8AM - 5PM
Brunch Friday through Sunday8AM - 3PM
Dinner Monday through Thursday3 - 10PM
Dinner Sunday3 - 9PM
Happy Hour4 - 7PM daily

Wicked Spoon Buffet Prices

Brunch

Monday through Thursday$28
Friday through Sunday$36
Kids age 5-10$16

Dinner

Monday through Thursday$42
Friday through Sunday$49
Kids age 5-10$20
Express Takeout$20
2 Hours of Bottomless Alcoholic Beverages$17

Line Passes:

Monday through Thursday$10
Friday through Sunday$15
Holidays$25

Children four and under eat for free when they are with a paying adult. Every guest 11 years old and over is considered an adult. Prices increase on the holidays and guests can expect to pay up to $10 more than usual during most holidays. New Year’s Eve and Christmas buffet pricing can be much more expensive.

Brunch at the Wicked Spoon and meu

Brunch at the Wicked Spoon. Photo Credit: cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

Wicked Buffet Menu Items and Food

The Wicked Spoon has some menu items that are brunch only, but for the most part, many of the dishes offered throughout both brunch and dinner service. Some of the brunch dishes that guests to Wicked Spoon Buffet can expect to enjoy including crepes, omelets, eggs benedict, biscuits and gravy, french toast, fresh fruit topping, and make-your-own peanut butter and jelly station that kids love.

Salad Bar- The salad bar at The Cosmopolitan Buffet serves many of the same cold dishes you can find at the other buffets on the strip from pre-made salads to mousses and fresh fruit; however The Wicked Spoon serves them in individual portion sizes inside of chilled jars. Crab avocado salad and the kale salad are guest favorites.

Carving Station- Just about every meat you can think of is found at The Wicked Spoon carving station. Homemade Italian sausages, pork loin, ham, whole roasted chicken, prime rib, a steamship of ham and bone marrow with kimchi are available at this station.

Americana Station- At the Americana station guests will find some of America’s most beloved dishes with a southern comfort edge including angry mac n’ cheese, buffalo frog legs, cheesy potatoes, and fried chicken served in a min deep-fat fryer to your table. Jamaican Chicken tacos and the Swedish Meatballs are delicious!

Asian Station- The fried rice at the Asian Station is served in individual to-go boxes reminiscent of the classic Chinese takeout boxes. The Asian buffet offers favorite dishes served with a modern twist including apricot glazed pork belly, Hong Kong-style chow mien, Yuzu walnut chicken, oxtail pho, sushi, and King Pao chickpeas.

Italian Station- If you have never had a gourmet pizza you have to stop at the Italian Station at The Wicked Spoon Buffet and try the fantastic pizza selections from fig & pear to lamb sausage, as well as the classic, traditional toppings like pepperoni. Guests will also be delighted by the classic Italian dishes such as Trofie pasta, eggplant parmesan, rigatoni with lamb Bolognese, and gnocchi.

Seafood Station- The Wicked Spoon has an upscale seafood station offering more than your typical Las Vegas Buffet choices of cold shrimp, crab, and catfish. At the Cosmopolitan Buffet, you can find smoked trout mousse with roe, Jonah stone claws, snow crab, clams, calamari, shrimp & grits, and seared salmon with cauliflower puree.

Desserts- The Wicked Spoon boasts one of the most diverse gelato stations with at least 18 flavors most days including mango & passionfruit, almond joy, strawberry balsamic, lemon sorbet, and Thai iced tea flavors. The dessert station also features chocolate dipped strawberries, cookies, sticky buns, dozens of cakes, cheesecakes, and Bundt cakes in addition to their mousses, tarts, and other treats. Gluten Free options are also available. Children will love digging through the glass jars for their favorite pieces of candy.

Asian options at the Wicked Spoon

Asian Options at the Wicked Spoon. Photo Credit: cosmopolitanlasvegas.com

Wicked Spoon Buffet Coupons, Tips, & Insider Information

Visitors to the Wicked Spoon Buffet at The Cosmopolitan get major perks if they are part of the hotel’s player’s club program. The free card gets you a 2 for 1 deal at the buffet once you reach the sterling level. Players can use this perk once per month.

Reach the Gold or Platinum levels on The Cosmopolitan Players card, and you’ll get to use this perk daily instead of monthly, and you’ll get priority access to The Wicked Spoon Buffet that lets you skip the lines.

If you are looking to drink alcohol with dinner, you’ll want to dine during Happy Hour from 4 pm- 7pm daily. Beer and cocktails are offered at reduced rates (usually $5 each) during the daily happy hour. Bottomless drinks are provided as an add-on to the buffet for only $17, and at brunch, this includes champagne, bloody Mary’s, mimosas, and draft beer. Dinner bottomless drinkers can enjoy red or white house wine, draft beer, Moscow Mules, and additional cocktails when available.