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Wicked Spoon Going Downhill?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by lotso-bear, Apr 5, 2014.

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  1. lotso-bear

    lotso-bear VIP Whale

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    Is it just me or did anyone else notice that the food quality/selection at Wicked Spoon went downhill since last year? I noticed a few days ago that the quality and selection of the food went downhill. Not sure if their buffet is worth the price they're charging now... :thumbsdown:
     
  2. gigabyte056

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    Forget it, meant the spice market buffet, never did the wicked spoon, shouldn't drink and write I guess...
     
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  3. justmare

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    Where are you seeing Wicked Spoon on Groupon? Spice Market is always there, but since I've been buying Groupons in the last several months I've never seen Wicked Spoon.

    I agree with the OP that Wicked Spoon has lost its luster. We were relatively unimpressed when we ate there in January. It was good, but for the price I'd rather walk across the street and eat at Spice Market with a Groupon.
     
  4. sco5123

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    Aw shucks you people are making me sad. I intended to try out Wicked Spoon for the first time. Spice Market is a fav of mine.
     
  5. lotso-bear

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    I agree, I've never seen Wicked Spoon on Groupon. I'd rather eat at Bellagio or Aria instead, possibly even Wynn if I want to walk up there.
     
  6. Persistent Cat

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    I may go this visit. I'd rather make up my own mind, food is relative.
     
  7. Cross

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    I tried it last month and wasn't super impressed. Glad it was a comp
     
  8. Bommen

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    This is so true. For me Wicked Spoon is pretty much the only buffet in Vegas worth going to.
     
  9. paperposter

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    not on groupon but always 2 for 1 thru cosmo. thats there basic teasers give away
     
  10. burdog

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    We were there last October based on the reviews I had read and for the price I wasn't really all that impressed. I would rather do Paris, PH, Wynn, CP, or even Mirage(believe it or not), than Wicked Spoon.
     
  11. SelfMade

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    Isn't this the general trend with the Buffets overall? They used to be loss-leaders that went out as comps to gamblers but now they are a prime destination for an ever heavier populace.
     
  12. VegasDave

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    Spice market didn't impress me when I went 4 years ago, can't imagine what it would be like now.
     
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