You can soon have the original Japanese rice burger in Manila
The Japanese fast food chain MOS Burger is set to open its first store at Robinsons Galleria next year
Nov 26, 2019
Another contender in the burger business is coming to Manila early next year: Japan’s MOS Burger.
If you are not familiar with this Japanese burger chain, MOS (which stands for Mountain, Ocean, Sun) is the second largest fast-food chain in Japan next to McDonalds.
Established in 1972 in Tokyo, MOS is known for their signature burgers and most notably their rice burger, which bun uses rice mixed with barley and millet.
When the rice burger was first introduced in 1987 its patty was made with ground chicken with daikon and seasoned with soy sauce.
The first Philippine store will open in the first quarter of 2020. But you don’t have to wait until then to try their signature rice burger as MOS will be opening a pop-up store in January at Robinsons Galleria, where the first one will also be located.
Featured photo courtesy of MOS Burger Japan
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