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Wicked Spoon Buffet

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by KevinF2020, May 28, 2015.

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  1. KevinF2020

    KevinF2020 Low-Roller

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    For anyone who has had both, what is the major difference between the lunch and dinner spreads at Wicked Spoon? Do they have the bone marrow for lunch or only dinner? Do you feel that the dinner buffet at WS is worth the price difference? Is WS really as good as most people say?

    Thanks!
     
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    It's different for sure. I've only seen the bone marrow at dinner because I've only eaten the dinner buffet!

    Very high quality, individual servings. This isn't a feed trough type of buffet where you shovel what you want onto your plate. The portions are already plated, take as many as you wish. They have some individual cooking stations and a carving station.

    Definitely try it.
     
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    I can't answer for the diff between lunch and dinner. I can say (and I have done so in a few other threads) that this buffet is one of our favorites and that it generally gets high marks from adventurous eaters. If you are just looking for prime rib and potatoes, there are better options. If you want unusual meats and very unusual salads and ethnic items, this is the place. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
     
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    We are hoping to try this buffet next month, I'm very adventurous but my husband, not so much. Will there be enough normal food to keep him happy also?
     
  5. roycpa

    roycpa Low-Roller

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    Plenty to keep him happy, but he may not think it's worth the price!
     
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    Have just had the dinner spread as well. I am kind of up in the air on this buffet. Was impressed the first couple of times we went but the last couple seems I am not as satisfied. Some unusual dishes but it is falling off my radar on our trip and stay this next week.
     
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    Good to know. We have a BOGO coupon so it won't be as paying regular price, thanks.
     
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    You will be happy, he should be satisfied.
     
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    With BOGO, it's a good deal (assuming you didn't spend real money to buy the coupon).
    With full price, not so much.
     
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    I whole heartily agree.
     
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    Got coupons very cheap, so I'm looking forward to it. Thanks everyone!!!
     
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    The lunch service definitely has bone marrow as well. My favorite buffet in the world!
     
  13. Vegas55

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    Do they have crab legs at lunch ?
     
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