Cosmo in Bournemouth – a world buffet.

So…you and your family don’t feel like cooking tonight and you want to go out for lunch or dinner. You fancy something Chinese, your sister would prefer a heartwarming Indian curry, but your mother is on a diet and will only eat salads and fish. What’s worse, your kids are fussy and will only eat a pizza, pasta or chicken nuggets. Think you can’t win in this situation? Yes you can! Head to Cosmo, a world buffet restaurant offering a variety of different cuisines on an ‘all you can eat’ basis.

Eat as much as you want

I visited Cosmo last week and was surprised at the wide range of cuisines being offered there. Chinese favourites including noodles, rice and dumplings, Indian curries, Italian pizza and pasta, British classics such as roast dinner, you name it. My favourite part was where the chef grills either meat or seafood in front of you.

Believe me, it’s easy to want to put all of the food they offer at Cosmo on your plate, but my advice for you is either to choose very small portions of different dishes or simply focus on one kind in a visit. You want to avoid wasting the food or the feeling of being too full!

My favourite corner, “Robota” – fresh grilled seafood or meat

I found this corner the most original and simply different. Grilled food is, in my opinion, the tastiest, so I was really pleased to order some seafood there and top up my plate with some healthy salads (okay, I admit that that was after eating some Chinese and Indian sauces that I simply couldn’t resist trying!).

Desserts and cocktails/mocktails

For most people, no meal is complete without something sweet. You won’t be disappointed at Cosmo, as they offer lots of different kinds of desserts: fresh fruit, profiteroles, cheesecake, a chocolate fountain, and many others.

Fancy a cocktail, beer, a glass of wine, or a mocktail? Cosmo offers all of them, and they are freshly prepared by bartenders. I had a raspberry Mohito and it turned out to be really refreshing on a hot summer day!

Last but very crucial – décor!

For me, the décor and lighting is extremely important when I go to a restaurant, and Cosmo’s décor definitely lived up to my expectations. Its dimmed light and dominating bronze and beige colours made me feel relaxed and tranquil.

To sum up, I think Cosmo is a good choice of restaurant if you are really starving (as you can eat as much as you want), you want to go out with a big group of friends or family but all of you like different cuisines, or simply if you want to feel like you’re in a restaurant on an all-inclusive holiday. Explore Cosmo’s options or book your table on their website it’s really worth it!

*I was gifted the experience but the words in this article are according to my true beliefs.

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Magdalena Rasmus

Lifestyle and travel blog about Bournemouth. Places to see.Things to do. Food to eat. Slow and local life by Magdalena

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