Mos Burger | Burger Chain in Japan Is Now in the Philippines

Hooray for the continued success of bringing in international food franchises here in the country, we don't need to travel overseas just to taste some of the known brands there. And I was so giddy to try this latest addition to the burger joints in the Philippines -- the Mos Burger.

Mos Burger is a popular brand in Japan with 1,300 branches plus 370 others overseas mainly in Asia. Mos name is coined from the acronym of "Mountain, Ocean, and Sun" with so much meaning. They opened their first flagship store at Robinson's Galleria last February 27, 2020, to cater to the demand of our growing food industry.

Mos Burger's store is actually spacious and bright, allowing the natural light to comes in from their huge windows. The ambiance is laid-back and relaxed, perfect for dining in customers to enjoy more of their food.

Just so you know, Mos Burger is more than just a burger joint, they are known to offer unique rice burgers that use Japanese rice as the bun. Popular burgers of Mos Burger are the following:

Mos Cheeseburger (P149)
This is their basic burger made with special meat sauce with a fresh tangy taste of tomato and meaty rich flavor of beef and pork, topped with a tomato slice.

Teriyaki Chicken Burger (P189)
The Japanese style juicy chicken burger with lettuce and mayo. You gonna love the teriyaki sauce covering the whole chicken breast.

Yakiniku Rice Burger (P169)
This is one of their popular burgers made with rice as a substitute for the usual bun. This one has marinated yakiniku, sweet caramelized onions, and crunchy lettuce.

Seafood Tempura Rice Burger (P169)
For a seafood lover like me, this is for us! It has shrimp tempura as a patty mixed with veggies, sandwiched between two rice buns.

Here's what I ordered:
I had an opportunity to try one of the best sellers for their burgers. On my plate, I had Teriyaki Mos Burger with french fries and milk tea on the side for a total of P309. First, I found their price kinda expensive considering the cheapest burger's price is P149 for an ala carte order. For you to choose your set, you also have an option to upgrade from P100 to P180 depends on the side.

The serving size was kinda big and made me really full. For its taste, the teriyaki sauce was generously covered the entire chicken that when I pressed the bun, it came out of the bread. I don't advise taking the burger to go as the freshness if the ingredients are not ensured especially the vegetables become soggy.

For the sides, the fries taste were just a normal, nothing special about it while their milk tea had a bland taste that I had to put more pumps of sugar syrup on it. The tea taste was actually present if you are into more of grassy after taste. But yeah, the burger isn't a good combination with milk tea, for me. Overall, it's okay to try Mos Burger once in your life. So, when I come back (when lines aren't long), I would have one with rice variants for a change.

Mos Burger
L2, Robinsons Galleria, Ortigas, Quezon City
Operating Hours: Daily (10am-10pm)

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