Japan’s MOS Burger chain opened its first branch in the Philippines at the second floor of Robinsons Galleria shopping mall in Quezon City on Thursday.
MOS – which stands for mountain, ocean, and sun – offers burgers with a Japanese twist, such as Yakiniku Rice Burger, Seafood Tempura Rice Burger, Wagyu Rice Burger, and Karaage Chicken Pops.
The burger chain, which was established in Tokyo in 1972, has more than 1,700 restaurants all over the world. MOS said all their products are made from fresh ingredients, from the vegetables to the original sauce.
The MOS Cheeseburger in all its saucy, beefy glory is a constant best-seller in both Japan and in their stores overseas, and sells for 149 pesos. It has MOS’ “special meat sauce,” which resembles Pinoy-style spaghetti in taste, look, and feel. Have it with their Oi-ocha green tea for only 99 pesos for the perfect Japanese meal.