Las Vegas buffets start strong, get popular, fade away.
On a non-client evening I did not need a huge meal, but blog research beckoned. Wicked spoon did not disappoint.
The food selection is not A to Z like many places, they instead focus on well-prepared individual servings, from fried chicken in mini frying baskets to beef tongue shephard’s pie in metal pans. There are interesting touches including bone marrow at the carving station.
The desserts are the coup de grace of attempts at restraint.
I put it up there with Wynn’s The Buffet as my favorites.
Readers, your take?