before leaving hawaii for our trip to las vegas, I was debating on which buffet to celebrate my sons 22nd birthday, I had gone to bellagio couple years back and that was good, but my daughter said she liked wicked spoon even better. so I called the cosmopolitan and spoke to a friendly concierge by the name of clifford, I liked his honesty and enthusiasim about all the different buffets in town, but he said he really like the wicked spoon not because he worked in the hotel, but that it was really angood buffet. also he told me on non holidays if the lines were long we could pay an extra five dollars to go in the vip line(i saw a you tube video however the guy on the video did not say how much extra it was) thats why I called concierge and Clifford gave me details, he also got info for me about celebrating my sons birthday. He told me that the staff could write hapoy birthday on a plate and put a piece of cake on it. Well they did just that they brought a plate with happy birthday written on it with a variety of desserts and made it look really beautiful. I brought candles and we sang happy birthday, thank you Clifford for enquiring about that for me and thank you wicked spoon for the winderful gesture. Ok now on to the food I could not believe all the different varieties, different ethnic foods tons of dessert also many soft drinks were included. The crab is cold but you just ask them to warm it if you want it hot, so you can have cold or hot crab. The crab is also cut so you dont have to crack the shell. The prime rib is delicious, and they also have bone marrow to spread like butter on your bread. They had so many choices I cant tell you everything but if you watch the you tube video you can see all the different varieties of food. Now the reason we chose the wicked spoon is we liked the portion control on many of the foods they had them in like either cups or special containers, like the fried chicken was in a small basket really cute, that way its not greasy.
the sushi was just so so I honestly have to say I have never had reall good sushi in a buffet in the states, only the buffet in hawaii, I think its because in the places I have been to the rice is not cooked as well asmin hawaii. Aside from that it was ok I did have several pieces. The service was good the server was always very attentive always coming by to so what we needed. the foods were always well stocked and the place was very clean. the price I thought was worth it in hawaii we cant get that much food for that price along with all the juices and soft drinks, but I was told food was the cheapest in las vegas in the whole wide world. So you visitors from hawaii go treat yourself to the wicked spoon you wont be disapointed. again this was one of the best buffets ever price was ok,
foods fresh presentaion beautiful, very clean, good service and good servers and many different ethnic foods.
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