Competitive Eater Demolishes Eatery's ‘Endless Buffet’ Challenge | “Man Has Infinite Storage”
How much is too much? And who decides the limit? Honestly, the answer to it is, "It depends." Following this concept, a famous TikTok user and YouTuber has shared his experience of eating in an "endless buffet" called Golden Corral. Note that the guy has done various food challenges before and is no amateur in overindulging.
Moh 'Motion' Mbengue, famous as @mohmotion stopped by this eatery that proudly markets itself as an "endless buffet" in Kissimmee, Florida. He was visiting the city for a qualifier for this year's Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest. He posted the video on his TikTok account on May 12, 2023 and it has raked over a million views and hundreds of comments. In the video, Mbengue has a platter full of delicious savory like cheeseburgers, popcorn shrimp, Mac and cheese, pizza, steak,
French fries and more. He treated himself to multiple servings of these.
However, the eatery that promotes the "all-you-can-eat-buffet" concept despised Mbengue's feast. The food looked scrumptious and we believe the restaurant should have honored the guy for living up to their challenge (well, almost). But the opposite happened. The TikTok user shared in the video that as he was gorging all that food, he heard a few people talking about him which he presumed were Golden Corral's employees. Mbengue, the competitive eater said, "They're fighting my case right now."
He added, "Essentially, they're arguing because the lady watched me eat the whole time. She's saying I'm allowed to eat. I don't know why they're trying to say I can't eat no more." Obviously, because it's an "endless buffet" eatery so eating like a horse shouldn't be looked down upon. He overheard one of the employees saying, "Over a certain amount of food, he shouldn't be allowed to eat no more." However, another employee defended the TikTok user and argued otherwise. It even got to a point where they wanted to kick him out of the restaurant for pigging out.
The TikTok user's comment section was flooded with people's comic comments. A TikTok user, @longricecakes said, "Being told you can't eat no more at a buffet is wild." @dcxdcxdc wrote, "Bro eat how Goku and Naruto eat straight stacking plates." @therealitsmarty commented, "This your time to get your check!! That's a lawsuit, LOL." Another TikTok user felt what we felt as @dripzen0 said, "Man has infinite storage." This user @user7039199261681 joked, "They are about to have Mohs picture at the front of buffets for being banned." LOL.
If gluttony is your preferred sin, an eat-all buffet is a place for you. In the 1940s, a Las Vegas casino opened America's first all-you-can-eat-buffet. This concept spread like wildfire in the country and many restaurants have used this to lure in customers. Many food giants, including Chinese food chains, offer all kinds of cuisines for hungry patrons like Moh. Golden Carrol is amongst them. It opened its first location in North Carolina in 1973 and now boasts close to 400 outposts across the United States.