This all-you-can-eat sushi spot was literally ‘eaten out of house and home’ when a super-fit sportsperson managed to put away almost 100 dishes!

All-you-can-eat sushi places generally count on most people eating more than they usually would but stopping at around 10 plates per person. But this German triathlete ate so much that the restaurant was forced to ban him from the buffet.

Jaroslav Bobrowski, who is an Ironman competitor, visited Running Sushi in Landshut, Bavaria for the sushi feast.

As reported in The Local, Bobrowski paid €15.90 ($26) for the neverending buffet.

“When I went to the checkout, I wanted to tip, but the waiter did not want to accept that,” Mr Bobrowski said to The Local.

Close To 100 Servings of Sushi

The former bodybuilder started eating and only paused when he had eaten almost 100 servings of sushi.

The restaurant owner spoke to Passauer Neue Presse saying: “He eats for five people. That is not normal.”

Mr Bobrowski, who works as a computer engineer, fasts for 20 hours and then eats “until I’m full,” The Local reported.

This extreme diet proved to be bad news for the sushi restaurant.

Banned for Eating Too Much!

The owner told Mr Bobrowski personally that he was no longer allowed to eat there because of his expensive appetite.

“I’m banned from now on because I’m eating too much,” Mr Bobrowski told The Local.

“I was stunned,” he said, adding that he had been a regular at the sushi restaurant.

How many serves of sushi could you eat at once? Tell us in the comments below.

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  • I definitely agree with Tessie.


  • Instead of banning him maybe they should put a limit on “All you can eat”. If he keeps going back it’s saying something great about their restaurant I think


  • They may need to rethink their ‘all you can eat’ option.


  • Well it’s all you can eat right?? Surely they can’t discriminate.


  • Oops…. bit of a restaurant fail there


  • This would be like any buffet? Surely they can’t ban people because they can eat more than others?


  • Well it was all you can eat!

    • Yep! Maybe they need to look at their idea of all you can eat!


  • It depends on the advertising and terms and conditions – all you can eat is all you can eat! It has given them free publicity which maybe is not a bad thing? Maybe they could have offered him a different deal rather than banning a regular customer?


  • That’s hilarious. But you bank on people Hardly eating but then every now and again you will get a big eater. Does this mean if you only have one plate you pay less? No it does not! So you have to take the good with the bad on this type of offer or change the offer!


  • I wouldn’t be able to eat one single one !
    Instead of banning this man they could put a limit on the amount you can get for that $26


  • They need a special price just for him.


  • I think that’s something the business should have accounted for if they were making such offer.


  • Funny story I can’t eat too much sushi maybe one roll makes me full


  • They probably ran out of food and other customers would miss out if he ate that many serves.
    It is not healthy to fast for 20 hours unless recommended by a medical professional.
    He is doing his intestines no favours. Sounds like he is being greedy.


  • I can kinda see their point, but it doesn’t seem like a great business move.


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