LOOK: Japan’s MOS Burger hints at first PH store with a two-day pop-up
MOS Burger’s pop-up store at Robinsons Galleria is open today, Jan. 15 until tomorrow in anticipation of its first PH store
Jan 15, 2020
In anticipation of its first store in the country, slanted to open in February, Japan’s famous MOS burger is doing a two-day pop up at Level 2 of Robinsons Galleria.
From Jan. 15 to Jan. 16, you can already try their two best-sellers the MOS cheeseburger (P149), which has a premium Wagyu patty, cheese, American mustard, ketchup, and diced onion; and the Yakiniku rice burger (P169) made with thinly sliced beef marinated in special sauce and sandwiched between crisp lettuce and two grilled rice buns.
Starting at 12 p.m. today, the pop-up will serve these two items but only at a limited number of 300 with customers each restricted to a maximum of two orders.
Colored bracelets will be distributed to facilitate in queuing at the pop-up near the ADB Ave. entrance. MOS Burger will be entertaining customers in three batches: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.; 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.; and 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
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 its signature burgers and most notably their rice burger, which bun uses rice mixed with barley and millet.
According to Japanese daily, the rice burger chain is planning to open 50 branches in the country within the next seven years. MOS Burger stores will also be opened at SM Megamall, Robinsons Place Manila, OSquare Greenhills, and Robinsons Magnolia, where a café under the MOS brand will also be opened.
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