Dude Gets Banned From All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Restaurant For Eating Like A Beast To Get Them Gainz


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I’ve never been in love with the idea of an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet. I have given them a chance throughout the years to try and get my gains but they’re always disappointing in some form another. For one bro, this disappointment came in the form of getting banned for eating too much.

30-year-old Jaroslav Bobrowski is a former bodybuilder and current triathlete living in Germany who adheres to a peculiar fasting diet where he doesn’t eat for 20-hours straight and then gorges himself until he’s extremely full.

Recently, Jaroslav Bobrowski got banned from an all-you-can-eat sushi restaurant for trying to get his gains in. The owner said Bobrowski downed 5x the amount of a normal customer and this was a major issue for his other customers.

The sushi was being served on a rotating conveyer belt and the 30-year-old triathlete kept taking all the sushi whenever it would pass him and it would leave other customers unable to get any food, according to the NYPost.

The former bodybuilder sat down at his table and started eating, allegedly managing to put away almost 100 servings – the equivalent of five people.

Each plate is believed to have two or three pieces of sushi on it.

The restaurant owner Tan Le said: “He eats for five people. That is not normal.”
He added: “I myself am dead after 13 plates, but he always took five or seven plates at a time.
“This created a big hole on the sushi carousel and the other guests were asking if we had any more fish.”

Bobrowski, who weighs 172 pounds and is 5 feet 7 inches told Bild: “When I went to the checkout, I wanted to tip, but the waiter did not want to accept that.” (via)

The restaurant owner told him that he was no longer allowed to eat at the restaurant which is complete bullshit. You don’t get to call your restaurant ‘all-you-can-eat’ and then cut someone off because you’re unhappy with how much they’ve eaten. It’s your business model that sucks, not your customer.

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On the one hand, the idea of never being cut-off from sushi sounds amazing. My biggest problem with getting Omakase at top sushi restaurants is I’m left hungry 50% of the time. You finish your chef’s choice sushi meal and they’ll ask you if you want to order any additional individual pieces but you’ve just ordered $100-$300 in sushi for yourself and ordering any more seems foolish.

An AYCE sushi buffet solves this problem. You can just keep gorging yourself until your body can’t take anymore.

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On the other hand, the sushi that you get from an all-you-can-eat buffet is virtually unrecognizable from the sushi you’d order at a decent restaurant. The rolls are packed with like 50% cream cheese in order to fill you up quickly. The quality of fish is ALWAYS suspect.

The other thing that peeves me about all-you-can-eat sushi buffets is how you’ve always got that one friend who swears by them. ‘BRO! This one is different from the others. The sushi is really good.’ It’s never good. It’s always overwhelmingly mediocre.

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