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Aji Sai

Posted by Staff / Listed on June 20, 2009 / review policy

Aji SaiAji Sai is famous for their all you can eat sushi which actually includes a lot more than sushi. Fish is fresh and options include maki, nigiri, sashimi and hand rolls; but there's plenty more on the all you can eat menu including tempura, seaweed salad and gyoza.

The Queen and Spadina location isn't the only one for Aji Sai. There are a few others scattered around the Toronto area.



me / September 21, 2009 at 11:28 am
WOW is this the ONLY SUSHI place located near downtown ???

I mean I know its your TOP 20 and all, but there has to be another one that is really good in the Harbourfront area......??
Ian / September 21, 2009 at 12:26 pm
I really can't comprehend why this was #1 on the All You Can Eat list. Absolutely horrible selection, and small pieces. The fish isn't that good either. I guess I'm just used to Shabusen in Vancouver...

I make it a point to not bring people here when they come to visit Toronto.
Pat / September 21, 2009 at 06:01 pm
the sushi and selection is great. but you can only order once which sucks big time.
PasC / September 21, 2009 at 10:05 pm
This place is by far not the greatest in Toronto but good for beginners I guess. A lot of their rolls are loaded with mayo or made with smoked salmon and banana has absolutely no business in a sushi roll. For the $20 diner menu price tag, the sashimi selection is weak at best. If you are adamant on AYCE and love sashimi like I do, I'd recommend Asahi long before Aji Sai.

My personal favorite is Kokyo on Alexander at the corner of Yonge. You get very generous portions and high quality fish for a very reasonable price. I recommend their Premium Sashimi combo that they load up with much more than what the menu says, add a roll to the order it's enough for 2 people to dine on... for less than what you'd pay at an AYCE.
Amanda replying to a comment from Pat / September 29, 2009 at 08:11 am
You can order more than once @ Aji Sai.
Last time I went there - they kept coming over to our table asking if we wanted anything more.

The service can be a little on the slow side - but it also depends on when you're visiting. I've gone 2-3 times now and only once has the service been horrible.
Mark / October 6, 2009 at 01:38 am
I can't believe this is number one. I have never been more disappointed in a Sushi Restaurant. There portions are paltry at best. Their service is horrendous (I think I got served twice within one hour). Their prices are not even competitive. I guess they have to pay off those high rental prices on Queen.

If you're going for AYCE, you're usually not looking for the best quality of sushi (which this is NOT). Let's be honest. You're looking for decent sushi and a lot of it. So don't waste your money on miniscule portions of sub-par Sushi at ridiculous prices. Going to Queen West for All-You-Can-Eat Sushi is sort of like going to a Ferrari dealership and looking for a Honda.

I'm usually same-minded as the good folks at BlogTO, but they sure missed their mark on this one. Save yourself 20 bones and go elsewhere.
Rich T / October 9, 2009 at 10:02 am
I'm very surprised at a lot of these comments.

I went yesterday for a work lunch with 8 of us, and really enjoyed it. IT WAS GREAT.
Why someone would complain about portion size at an all you can eat is not only stupid, but mostly just ignorant. ORDER MORE if you are still hungry. We orded 8 times in the course of 1hr45min lunch during peak time (noon). They did not rush us, they were helpful explaining items to our table, and we did not have to wait too long between servings.

Not the best quality I've ever had (Maui ftw), but defintely worth the $11. I will continue to go at least once a month, if not more.
Angelo replying to a comment from me / October 16, 2009 at 12:48 am
There's one west of Yonge and Dundas. It's on Elizabeth and Dundas, it's all you can eat during the lunch rush hour. I went there a couple of weeks back, and I found it was quite delicious. The price of their meal was only $11 as well, as I recall. It was across a Subway store. I thought I'd let you know since you're looking for other convinient spots. I also spotted a few other AYCE sushi restaurant along Dundas St W, a bit past University St, but I've yet to try them.
xiLLeNtz replying to a comment from Ian / October 21, 2009 at 05:21 pm
agreed... not the best ayce out there.. maaaybe in toronto(?!?!?!), but ive def had better . maison du japon and kaze are waaay better than this place, even wasabi...

good price for lunch though, i guess....
SushiMaster / December 3, 2009 at 02:53 pm
The service at Aji Sai is horrendous; the staff is very unfriendly and rude. The food is mediocre at best and certainly not good enough to tolerate the abysmal service staff. We were told that any left over pieces would occur an “additional” charge, very odd for an “all you can eat buffet.” Would not be going there, anytime soon.
sushi lover / December 22, 2009 at 03:58 pm
For about 8 months now, I've been going to Aji Sai pretty religiously (almost weekly). While they have great sushi their service isn't the best. Though, they are quick and diligent in getting your orders, they certainly need to do something about making their guests feel a little more welcome. Since I'm a regular, they are a little more friendly to me - but yet I do still feel very rushed, which makes me wonder what it's like for those just coming their first time.

Their goal: Get as many people in and out as possible within the rush hour. The feeling you tend to get is that you only have 45 mins to 1 hour to eat, they will come around and tell you "Last Call" hinting that you've outstayed your welcome, and they will rush to clean and wipe your table while you're just getting out of it, stretching over you if they have to. The solution? Don't go with a big group, OR don't go expecting to stay longer than 45 mins to an hour with your guests, OR don't go during rush hour. They don't seem to care how long you stay if it's not crowded and there are no line-ups at the door.

Usually, if I ever have somewhat of a negative experience at a restaurant I wouldn't ever go back. However, what keeps me coming back is the wide (and delicious) selection that Aji Sai offers, the fact that the bad service days don't happen *all* the time, the fact that I think they have some of the freshest sushi in town (especially out of the all you can eat places), and their hard-to-beat prices.

It still remains one of my fave restaurants despite of all I've mentioned above. In fact, I'm going there tonight. Their suhsi = melt in your mouth amazing. And to me, that's what matters when it comes to sushi... it's gotta be good. And if it's good, anything else can be overlooked :)

Bellismo replying to a comment from Ian / February 17, 2010 at 10:55 am
lol, obviously you can't even compare toronto's sushi with vancouver 'cause vancouver is by the ocean and you guys have much easier access to fish so your 'shittiest' sushi place is probably even better than toronto's average place. i have relatives in vancouver and i go there all the time. their sushi is good stuff.
sarah replying to a comment from SushiMaster / February 22, 2010 at 09:36 pm
most sushi restaurants charge you regular price for left overs.
sushi master / February 26, 2010 at 03:30 am
ajisai on yonge st, north of bloor st is pretty good.
D replying to a comment from Pat / March 1, 2010 at 07:08 pm
I always order multiple times. The only time I was told I couldn't was because it was really close to the time where the ayce was cut off. It's only ayce between certain hours (lunch & dinner)
AF / April 18, 2010 at 05:15 pm
I've been to the one on Bayview south on Hwy 7 a number of times and won't be back.
During the week, lunchtime is full of loud kids from the school across the street. Last time, went for dinner on the weekend hoping for better and the atmosphere was worse. I commented to my dining companions that a sign warning of a need for earplugs should be posted at the front door.

The service is usually bad: we never get everything we order and no one comes around to ask how we're doing or if we want more. A server needs to be flagged down, occasionally more than once, and there's never one actually assigned to a table.

The food is usually not bad: the sushi is usually fresh-tasting while the sashimi tastes as though it hasn't had enough time to thaw. (Major problem being that government regulations require that fish is frozen before being served raw. Better restaurants get around this by allowing more time to thaw.)
The cooked food isn't great; being mostly vegetarian, with the exception of fish, the menu is limited and the choices aren't particularly tasty.
And given that after the last couple of trips that my entire party was sick shortly after, I'd recommend against experimenting by trying out different menu items.

The price for getting sick for dinner over the weekend was unreasonable given the quality and quantity of the food received: $20.99 pp. A service charge is usually automatically applied to the bill during the week as the clientele is usually kids who supposedly wouldn't tip otherwise.
RedHulk / June 30, 2010 at 05:06 pm
This place is not even close to being top 3... I'm afraid that most of the selections made on here are terrible... also most sushi buffets or AYCE are only good for the first month or so of opening. After that they all go downhill at a really fast rate.
Lam / July 12, 2010 at 05:29 am
I would be inclined to disagree with anyone who thinks that Aji Sai is not a decent restaurant. As a serious AYCE fan (I love green and black dragon rolls, tuna, white tuna, eel, crab, butterfish...well you get the idea) the lunch price is phenomenal and dinner is still reasonable as I would be paying upwards of fifty dollars at a non-ayce sushi joint. Compared to the 15 other ayce places ive ventured to in Toronto, the only other place I would recommned is a seldom dead but rather decent place on college called Sushi Q. Lunch is 11.99 and dinner is 17.99

Anna / October 11, 2010 at 12:52 pm

-unhygienic: found multiple strands of hair in all of the kitchen food
-unfriendly: all the servers were rude
-all about business: all they care about is taking your money!!!

My girlfriend and I had dinner there on a friday night and it was the worst experience of our lives. It took the server 20 min to notice that we were even there. We asked for water and tea after ordering and it was never brought out to us. I understand you might be busy but it doesn't give you an excuse to not pay attention to customer's requests.

When the food was brought out to us half of it was not there. THEY CUT YOUR ORDERS TO SAVE THEM MONEY AND PROFIT OFF OF YOU!!!
We only had a couple pieces of sushi when we found MULTIPLE STRANDS OF HAIR in the KITCHEN FOOD. It was in our NOODLES, TEMPURA and even the DUMPLINGS!!!

We told the server and all he did was take the plates away in a hurry not saying anything. what kind of customer service is this? We asked to talk to the manager about it and only to find that "she is really busy right now and can't talk to you" STRIKE TWO!!! so we actually got up to go over there to find her sitting on a chair sipping on tea! this is is what you call busy? we told her what happened and this was her reply: "we can't be for sure whether its your hair or not" SHE ACCUSED US OF PUTTING HAIR IN OUR FOOD!!! this is ridiculous.

After all of this we were furious and decided to just leave. On the way out the manager pulled us back and demanded that we pay! We refused cause we hardly even ate and the food was DIRTY! Whatever, so we decided to end this and give them the money only to find that the bill had an extra charge of $20 for the food that we ordered and didn't eat BECAUSE IT HAD HAIR INSIDE!!!

Believe me when i tell you that THEY ARE SCAM ARTISTS!!!
NEVER COME HERE! if you want better service, better food and a better atmosphere GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!!!
Stephanie / October 11, 2010 at 01:04 pm

All those considering trying and returning to this place should stop immediately!!!

On my first and last visit to this place we found roaches in our noodles. THIS IS DISGUSTING!!! All those raving about this place should consider again, maybe what your eating isn't what it seems to be!!!

Whats worse was that when we told the manager she didn't seem to care at all! She didn't say sorry, didn't comfort us, didn't even discount our bill. THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS!!!

This place is only interested in TAKING YOUR MONEY!!!

Use you hard earned cash elsewhere, NEVER HERE AGAIN!!!
Aleksia / December 5, 2010 at 11:50 am
I absolutely love Aji Sai sushi, I usually go to the one at Yonge&Bloor though. The selection is great, love the food, the service is friendly and attentive, and even if the portions are small: who cares -> you just keep ordering till you've had enough.
Andy replying to a comment from Stephanie / January 29, 2011 at 01:55 am
Clearly Stephanie and Anna are the same person.
Two posts made within 15 mins of each other, similar writing style and BOTH bashing Aji Sai.

Don't let a troll like this person be the only reason to turn you away from trying out a restaurant.

Pascale / January 30, 2011 at 02:52 pm
I've said it before and I'll say it again...

Anyone who knows anything about REAL sushi will know to avoid this place. The food is okay AT BEST although it might seem great and very non-threatening for newbs. The traditional sashimi and sushi selection sucks, the service is awful and the staff is rude.

There are so many other and much better quality sushi places in Toronto, too bad lots of people still keep these places a float because they have the American all-you-can-eat mentality...
Steph / February 12, 2011 at 08:16 pm
It's not true that you can only order once.. You may order as many times as you like
Richard / March 24, 2011 at 01:41 pm
Just came from the restaurant. It's a good deal. Sure it's not top of the line sushi but can't expect this. It was made fresh and I thought it was good.

The place was packed with about 20 people waiting when we were done. I think that's a testament that they are doing something right.
Sam replying to a comment from Ian / July 14, 2011 at 09:17 am
@ian, agreed....shasuben is 10x better. then again we're in toronto...:(
Benoit / August 8, 2011 at 10:32 pm
I went to couples of sushis' restaurant, and let me telling you that's a real good place to eat good sushis as IYCE formula. Sushis is fresh, choices is awesome, service is really fast (and I mean it), and place is cool to go. And for the $, is a great deal.
Elise / November 10, 2011 at 09:21 pm
As a long time resident of Queen west (I live on Queen and Augusta), I've tried the sushi restaurant in the area a few times... and I agree with most people saying that Aji Sai is not the best experience :
- food is ok
- but service is certainly NOT friendly, they rush you, and if you have the bad idea of having a kid (which I do), you DO NOT feel welcome in this restaurant, rush hour or not.

On the other hand, there is an excellent sushi place across the street - To Ne Sushi. It's not AYCE, but the sushi is really really good, and the service is wonderful. We were going there with our son almost once a week and the waitresses knew him, entertained him, the cook showed him how he prepared rolls and sushis, everybody was lovely. Usually our son was getting a free roll while we were waiting for our order.

I never got back to Aji Sai after my first experience at To Ne Sushi. So much better - service and food quality.
BlogTO posters are the DUMBEST / November 22, 2011 at 01:39 am
Have you read the crap in these posts?

What a bunch of dumb asses!!!!

It is AYCE! Do you know what that means? It means order unlimited times from the menu. We do everytime.

There is a menu! Do you know what that means? It means if you aren't retarded, you do not need to order the one single dish that has banana in it. We never order crappy rolls but I bet retards do!

It is AYCE! Do you know what that means? It means that the fish will not be the highest grade you have ever had. And the preparation will not be the best. So don't be so dumb and stop comparing it to sushi that costs so much more! We love the food at Aji Sai when we want variety of great flavours at a great price!

Roaches in your sushi! Yea of course. And hairs in the other guys! You guys are just sucky dumb asses because you were too dumb to stop ordering the bananas and now you're mad!

Give it up for Aji Sai!!! It is the best AYCE in Toronto!
jack / May 18, 2012 at 05:18 pm
it was a very bad experience 2 weeks ago to try japanese food there, the place is so stinky and dirty, especially the downstairs to the washroom. I could see from one of the room (the door was half open ) the fish were all on the dirty wet floor, the awful odor made me almost throw up. i will report to the health department.
Kristian / May 25, 2012 at 05:28 pm

-Lunch price vs food quality ratio is good
-Good looking place, nice layout and aesthetics


-Service is deplorable. You can almost feel the dread emanating off the workers until the owner is in and commands them to competence
-Sushi preparation is inconsistent and widely varies depending on who's working
-Bathroom smells like a damp torture chamber

I wouldn't agree with Aji Sai being one of the better places in Toronto, there is just so much nonsense you have to deal with every visit. Staff is rude and incompetent and will challenge you if you don't specifically mark your order sheet to their preference (new system at Aji Sai), or ask them questions to which they never have answers to. As a customer, you're left to feel as if you should be wary of getting sick from your food in the case you "offend" them with an inquiry. Highly recommend against unless you really don't mind.
Lauren / June 1, 2012 at 08:50 pm
This place is horrendous in service. It's so ridiculous beyond comprehension. I've never expereienced such rudeness from waiters. We had a party of four and asked for straws for our drinks, we got only one straw. We ordered miso soups for all of us and asked for (spoons), clearly we meant more than one. The waiter brought back one spoon. We politely asked for three more spoons. Apparently this functioning retard didn't know what three meant as he brought back only two spoons. We had to ask a THIRD time for another spoon. As he walked away he shaked his head. We then asked for extra ginger, the waiter brought it to our table and sarcastically said "are you happy?". Wtf kind of smart ass remark was that?! I don't know how Canadians do it here, but in the US, you'd get your ass kicked for making comments like that. Needless to say the food was mediocre at best. Service...haha what service?
Dipesh / July 1, 2012 at 05:47 pm
I was there jun 30th 2012 evening for dinner with my friends ,i feellike insulted and customer service was horrible.They treated us like a dog.We spent money there not beggar.They have to learn.
Marvin replying to a comment from Dipesh / July 3, 2012 at 12:41 pm
If they treat you like a dog, then act like a pit bull and bite back! STUPID servers should be shouted into submission by yelling LOUD and CLEAR: NO SERVEE, NO TIPEE!
mark / July 8, 2012 at 11:28 am
Do NOT go here if you value good service AND/OR good quality of food. I went there with a couple of friends last month and had a terrible experience. ALL of the males that were taking orders seemed to not care and even when we tried to get someone to stop and take an order, they stared into space and did not respond. Also, the food was undercooked and tasted terrible. They must do this on purpose so that people either eat this garbage or leave it and end up paying for leaving it. I don't think there is such a thing as good, cheap AYCE sushi in Toronto unless they were to charge $30 or more. It definitely isn't worth it even for $22. I'd rather spend $15 and get a better service and quality elsewhere
GranVizeer replying to a comment from mark / July 9, 2012 at 10:10 am
You said: they stared into space and did not respond. Evidence that the owner hires zombies. Drop your menu and run. It makes one wonder what the the sushi is really cut from. Maybe it's a "All of You Can be Eaten" place.
TorontoGuy / August 7, 2012 at 03:43 pm
I went to the AjiSai location on Highway 7 and Bayview last weekend and had a miserable experience. The service was deplorable, the food mediocre (even for the lowered AYCE standards) and the prices were extremely high. They charged me $10 for each of my two kids (aged 1 and 4!) who were asleep the entire time and did not have one bite to eat. We had to literally beg the wait staff to take our second order, and they never showed up close to our table again after that.

At the end of the meal, due to the terrible service we had received, I tipped 10% which i thought was more than ample. However, after leaving the restaurant, the manager chased us outside yelling that we had undertipped and asking for more. If my family hadn't been there, I would have smacked him!

Needless to say, i am never going back to this or any other Aji Sai location. There are much better restaurants offer better value and better service all over the city.
Tammy K / November 20, 2012 at 08:21 am
Bayview and Hwy 7 location is the best in terms of service. I've never had a bad experience there. They're always busy which can contribute to the slow service, but nonetheless, it's fantastic food for the price.
The Queen location on the other hand, is terrible. Food is the same, but the service is horrendous. Young kids who don't wanna work are serving your table and really don't give a shit about you or their potential tip. They bring you your drinks and food whenever they feel like it and they have such attitude. They all drag their feet... It's terrible.
I don't go to the queen st location, for that reason alone - service.
Serena / January 3, 2013 at 11:13 pm
OMG I AM A SUSHI LOVER! BUT THIS WaS THE WORST PLACE I HAVE BEEN TO IN GENERAL. I did not get my dessert (green tea ice cream) even after the 3rd request! I was rushed! FOOD WAS SUB PAR NOT WORTH $20.99 for all you can eat. I had 3 random rolls given to me not everything I ordered came to my table. Literally while it was only 9:53pm (I arrived at 9pm) the waiter who never even served us came up to my table while my fiance was on the phone dropped the bill. He stood with the debit machine freaking out "Oh bill together or separate... you need separate bill?" and literally forced him off the phone so he could pay as my fiance saw me pulling out my purse since this guy literally would not leave us alone for 1 minute with the bill.
We did tip him a full 15% for the shitty service and did not even complain about the mix up with the sushi/rolls not being corrected or not even making it to the table.
My fiance reminded the guy who forced us to pay him while he watched that I did not get my green tea ice cream. He simply stated "Oh yeah yeah you ordered it, it is coming". Never came.
I went up to the waiter who we did tip after waiting another 10 minutes that I was upset as my dessert never arrived and the rolls were messed up etc. He said "OH yeah YEAH its coming!" Which really was annoying and I replied "I don't even care anymore." He actually was RUDE AND LITERALLY LAUGHED while saying "Oh yea, okay have a great nite" and was super rude following me out. ALL HE HAD TO DO WAS SAY SORRY.
I replied "I am a sushi lover and will never come back here"

Soo if you want to go to a place that clearly serves old food (My seaweed salad was literally frozen still- not fresh), treats you bad, kicks you out 30 minutes before they close, and doesn't care if you come back its a great place to go to to be served badly! YOU DONT EVEN GET WHAT YOU ASKED FOR OFF THE MENU! JUST BAD ALL THE WAY AROUND! TRY THE SUSHI PLACE ACROSS THE StREET SO YOU DONT LEAVE UPSET FEELING LIKE YOU WaSTED MONEY!
Kate replying to a comment from Ian / January 24, 2013 at 11:39 am
If your favourite Vancouver sushi spot was Shabusen then I can't take your rating seriously. That's like fast food sushi, homeslice.
Dorothy Jane / February 6, 2013 at 11:23 am
The place looked really nice and they seemed friendly initially, but overall customer service was horrible. They ACTUALLY demanded a tip and tried to charge our table for a service charge fee, even though it wasn't on the receipt to begin with. Definitely a starter restaurant if you're still exploring sushi, but I would not recommend this place if you're looking for good food.
Serena / August 18, 2013 at 11:27 am
I've been to Aji Sai (Yonge & Bloor location) 3 times within one year. The food is great! It was great during all three times we went there. However, I must agree with the other comments, the service is horrible.

Here are my ratings:

Food: 8/10
Price: 7/10
Service: 3/10

First time there: My friends and I didn't know much and the servers gave us 3 sheets to mark what we wanted, and when we used it all up, they seemed like they didn't want to give us more. Well, first of all, the paper says "do not waste food" so we ordered little by little so we do not waste food. Secondly, it's an all you can eat place.. Thirdly, they were pretty rude to us

Second time there: The service was not bad. But this time we went in a smaller group of 4, rather than 6. We ordered quite a bit, and we asked for more sheets, but they didn't seem to mind. We were also there for almost 3 hours and they didn't seem to say anything.

Third time there: Well, this is the worst experience I had there, and it gave me the final decision that I will NEVER go back there again. My friends had decided to go earlier since I was running late. They were there around 11:30, while I arrived at 12:15. My friends had already used up all 3 sheets by the time I got there and the third round of food was arriving. Since I arrived later, I did not eat as much as my friends, so we asked for another sheet and they said it was our last sheet. I checked off more stuff since I arrived late, and was hungry. And when they gave us our order, they didn't even give us half the stuff we checked off. The whole time there since my arrival, I had the impression that they wanted us to leave. I just got there and now you want me to leave? What kind of bad service is that? My friends were they a little over an hour! Also, the servers have quite a bad attitude. They just slap your things down and walk away. They don't smile at you, or say something.

I've learned that Aji Sai has horrible service. Even though they have good food, I can't eat with such horrible service with the servers on my back about wanting me to leave and giving me attitude. I know that I will never go back there again.
carlos / November 24, 2013 at 08:13 pm
This comment is for the Kingston location....Terrible.... simply terrible. They took our order,after 30 minutes noticed that everyone was getting their orders even though we ordered prior to their arrival. After finally flagging down a waiter, he didn't seem to impressed with us. Let alone we finally got our food.not to mention shortly after our food came they told us it was last call so we explained our little mix up but it seemed they did not care.Bottom line is the service was beyond terrible... and the food was mediocre. To top everything off....some of the staff (waiters and cooks) were eating food while serving and preparing foods. How un professional is this? We even saw a cook carry salmon from the back to the front in his hands, no platter nor dish under it. Never again...
hud / February 20, 2014 at 08:45 pm
I work right across the street. I eat in the area twice a day 7 days a week. They've been open for more than 2 years. I've only been to the Queen Street Aji-Sai 3 times.

That fact unto itself should stand-in for my review.
Mike / March 10, 2014 at 06:27 pm
For all you numb nuts on here saying that the sushi at Aji-Sai is terrible, or the service is terrible, etc, etc, and that other places are better... Please, next time actually give suggestions of other places instead of being a useless waste of oxygen. Nothing is worse than "other places are soooooo much better" and then not stating a single one. You either look like a noob, a liar, or a spammer, or all 3.

Alex / March 28, 2014 at 05:35 pm
Whoever votes this place higher than hockey sushi is missing out. The rolls were so small and so shit. They don't offer shrimp tempura and the salmon was so bad I had to force the last few pieces down so they wouldn't charge us. I was very disappointed with the restaurant and wouldnt return even if I were paid to go.
Elaine / April 2, 2014 at 09:19 pm
This place wasn't bad, but I probably won't go again. I recommend Yangs it is number one of this list! It's sooo fresh and amazing. Or I also recommend Tatami Shusi in scarbrough this place is sooo great I would have to say the best.
Jorge / September 19, 2014 at 11:34 pm
TERRIBLE we had an hour for lunch and each round took 20 minutes to arrive and was falling apart
they manage to give you 18 small pieces of rolls on 60 minutes for 2 people. F IT

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