All-you-can-eat and buffets are slowly making a comeback in the UK. At the forefront of the
And this is really the strength of Cosmo. It offers choice and would be the perfect venue for those groups who are each seeking different cuisines. There are better places for each individual fare, but being able to have them all in one convenient place really elevates Cosmo into an entertaining and satisfying venture. The service is slick and effective, efficient in removing plates and checking everything is well for diners. It’s also an affordable dining choice, which can’t be overstated as a reason to recommend a visit.
The meal ends with pudding, and the sweet game here is strong, with a host of cakes, ice creams and deserts to tantalise diners into finding room for one more course. Portions are small and there’s a giddy thrill in selecting a range of tasty items to try. Plus this reviewer is always a sucker for a chocolate fountain (its placement at the end of the rows of food marks it as an imposing presence, a goal to head towards, the cherry on the cake). I’d recommend one fewer portion of savoury in order to leave room for something sweet at the end of the night.
Cosmo won’t win awards for its dishes but it is a fun dining experience, one well-suited to meet the tastes of whoever walks through the door. If your group has someone eager for sushi and another desperate for a curry, then Cosmo will be precisely what you want. Add to this friendly staff who efficiently meet diners' needs, and it fits the bill on all counts.