A very long "king table" made of natural dark wood, with an ornate dangling blue hanging decor from the ceiling at Wicked Spoon Buffet

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Are you deciding if you should visit Wicked Spoon while you’re in Las Vegas? Presently, you’re in luck. I have an answer for you. Take that luck and bottle it for your visit. While you’re at it, pull up a chair, because we are going to discuss all things Wicked Spoon Buffet.

Where is Wicked Spoon Buffet located?

Wicked Spoon Buffet is located in the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Smack dab in the middle of the strip in Las Vegas. The Cosmopolitan tends to attract (or is marketed towards? It’s a chicken or egg discussion here, not sure which came first) the young, hip and spendy crowd.

Large, square orange hanging ceiling lights hang over a long rectangular, marbled reception desk at Wicked Spoon Buffet
Wicked Spoon Buffet Reception
A gold and yellow ornate hanging light hang over booths, chair and tales and a highly decorate carpeted floor at Wicked Spoon Buffet
One of the dining rooms
A giant floral spoon hanging as wall decor as Wicked Spoon Buffet
Giant floral “Wicked Spoon”

Most of the popular Las Vegas Buffets are located relatively close to the entrance and casino floor. However, Wicked Spoon is on the second floor of the shopping mall in the Cosmopolitan. Take the escalator or elevators upstairs and keep walking, because it’s deep into the hotel once you’re near popular breakfast spot, Egg Slut.

The Atmosphere

The decor and ambiance at Wicked Spoon buffet is modern, clean, lively with youthful sophistication. The layout is more of an open floorpan, and seating is mostly tables and chairs with a few booths available throughout.

A bright yellow - orange buffet station at Wicked Spoon buffet with marbled countertops and sides
One of the Buffet Station
a bright yellow-gold, ornate chandelier hanging over a table topped with brightly colored decorative bottles
Chandelier above our booth
a brown table top with two glass water bottles, two glass cups and four linen napkins with a spoon on them at Wicked Spoon buffet
Each table has water & cups

After you pay for your meal at the reception desk, you’ll be corralled to the side to be seated. Though, if you’d like or need a booth, make sure you tell your host or hostess when they come to greet you and walk you to your table.

The tables and booths are well spaced from one another.

The Food and Menu

The quality of the food at Wicked Spoon buffet is incredible. In fact, the caliber of ingredients, seasoning and flavor is high by any restaurants standards, but particularly a buffet.

Tip: Wicked Spoon buffet is the buffet to go for breakfast or brunch

fluffy, golden french toast piled in a bowl topped with strawberry compote and powdered sugar at Wicked Spoon  buffet
Cinnamon walnut French toast with strawberry compote
a tray of 12 mini, tiny cast iron skillets with biscuits, gravy and sausage in them at Wicked Spoon Buffet
Biscuits & gravy with breakfast sausage
a tray of small silver metal bowls each with two has brown bites and ketchup in them at Wicked Spoon buffet
Hash brown bites with Chipotle ketchup

What sets Wicked Spoon apart is its exceptional and unique breakfast and brunch assortment. Basically, it goes beyond your run of the mill, omelette station and tray of sausage or bacon. Although, they have those things too!

There’s a curated selection of scrumptious brunch favorites served in little individual dishes. Undeniably, perfect portions for tasting different offerings without filling up too much on one thing.

medium sized black plate with one eggs Benedict on each plate a Wicked Spoon buffet
Eggs Benedict
a metal tray of chicken and waffles with honey drizzle on each one at Wicked Spoon buffet
Chicken & waffles with a honey drizzle
a tray of metal bowls each one with cajun shrimp and cheddar grits with chives at Wicked Spoon Buffet
Cajun Shrimp & Cheddar Grits

Don’t Miss These Delicious Dishes

The hash brown bites are an absolute symphony – crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and the Chipotle ketchup has a slight kick of spice to it.

Conversely, if you like sweets with your breakfast or brunch, the cinnamon walnut French toast with strawberry compote might be one of the best French Toast renditions I’ve ever had.

warm, marbled countertop on the grill buffet station displaying roasted potatoes, sausage and bacon at Wicked Spoon buffet
Applewood smoked bacon, chicken sausage and the amazing roasted potatoes at the grill station

The roasted potatoes are delectable – with just a slight crisp to the corners and are perfectly seasoned and paired with roasted garlic.

Do you love biscuits and gravy? Don’t miss Wicked Spoon’s interpretation of it. The gravy is rich, creamy and flavorful.

a buffet station displaying donuts, chocolate croissants and danishes each on long white plates with serving tongs
Donuts, croissants and danishes

Let’s talk Meat and Seafood

If you’re a meat lover or seafood enthusiast or are just generally carnivorous, I don’t want you to get too excited. Will you be disappointed with the meat assortment? Perhaps? However, that will depend on how much meat you typically eat for breakfast, brunch or lunch.

a chef with a white shirt and black and white striped apron in front of a grill station with tri tip and strip loin at Wicked Spoon buffet
Trip tip & Strip loin at the grill station
BBQ'd chicken and Italian sausage at the grill station at Wicked Spoon Buffet
BBQ’d chicken and Italian sausage at the grill station

The main sliced options from the grill station are roasted beef tri-tip along with slow roasted striploin. There’s also BBQ’d chicken, Italian sausage, chicken sausage, applewood bacon and fried chicken. Basically, there’s a plentiful amount of meat available for a brunch assortment. Although, if you’re a diehard meat lover, make sure you check out the Bacchanal before you leave Las Vegas.

Service and Cost


From the cashier at the reception desk, to our server to the attendants at the live action and buffet stations – the staff is of Wicked Spoon buffet is wonderful. Warm, sincere, friendly and attentive. Basically, what more could you want?

Like similar buffets to Wicked Spoon, a server promptly greets you when you’re seated and takes your drink order. One thing I loved, is I was able to order hot coffee and orange juice at the same time right when we sat down. Afterwards, our server came around regularly offering to top off my coffee cup or refresh any of our drinks.

a large white coffee mug next to a plate with two small scoops of gelato on it, macaron and a rice krispie treat
Delicious gelato & coconut macaron
a bowl of hash brown bites, a white coffee mug, a glass of orange juice next to a plate with crepes on it
Fresh crepes from the live action station!
a dark, circular plate with eggs Benedict on it and a glass filled with bright orange "wicked juice"
Eggs Benedict & “Wicked Juice”


Indeed, one of the many things Wicked Spoon has going for it is its price. In comparison to its peers, The Bacchanal, The Buffet at Wynn or even the Bellagio Buffet, it is the least expensive.

Monday – Friday

Adults are $45 and children (ages 5 – 10) $22.50

Saturday & Sunday

Adults are $52 and children (ages 5 -10) are $26.00

Know Before You Go


Wicked Spoon buffet does not currently take reservations for parties under eight people. If you intend on dining with a group of eight or larger, you can reserve your table in advance: here. Having a party? If you’ll be gathering together twenty or more Guests, you can reserve your table via an event request: here.

Best time to go

If you’re pressed for time or simply want to avoid crowds, I highly recommend arriving at 8:00am when they open or by 9:00am at the latest. Whereas, by 9:30am on a weekday, there’s already a long line to enter. At 10:00am, there’s going to be a significant wait to be seated. When 10:15am rolls around, there will already be a l-o-n-g line to get an omelette at the omelette station.

Wicked Spoon buffet’s operating hours:

Monday – Friday 10:00am – 3:00pm

Saturday & Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm


Gratuities are not included in your bill. If you are visiting internationally, it’s standard to leave a 15% – 20% tip if you are happy with the service and experience. You can add a gratuity onto your card when you pay or you can give your server cash.

Don’t forget your Rewards Card

As always, make sure you sign up for a players card at the Guest services desk upon arrival. Do this before dining at Wicked Spoon buffet. Cosmopolitan was acquired by MGM recently, so any spending you do at the restaurant can earn you tier credits and reward points. At the present time, you’ll need to hang on to your receipt and then go to Guest services at any MGM property and they can manually give you credit. By February 2024, Cosmopolitan should be able to accept MGM players cards.

Executive Chef Mark Crane and the entire Wicked Spoon Buffet team is doing a superb job. It was nice to see that Wicked Spoon lived up to the hype. Questions about Wicked Spoon? Drop them in the comments below!

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