Japan's Famous MOS Burger Is Opening A Cafe In Manila, Too
MOS Burger is the second largest fast-food chain in Japan, having more than a thousand branches. They have since grown, opening a total of hundred branches in neighboring countries like Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and more. Now that MOS Burger is finally opening in Manila, they are taking on a rather aggressive expansion plan by opening a total of five branches in Metro Manila.
By February 2020, MOS Burger will be opening its first Manila branch at Robinsons Galleria. Even though there are no exact dates yet, MOS Burger also plans to open in the following malls: SM Megamall, Robinsons Magnolia, O Square Greenhills, and Robinsons Place Manila. According to a report by Philippine Star, MOS Burger has a goal of running 50 MOS outlets in the Philippines by 2027.
One of the exciting things we can look forward to is the soon-to-be-launched MOS Cafe, a joint venture between MOS Food Services Inc. and Tokyo Coffee Holdings. According to the Masahide Araki, MOS President, and Tateishi Hiroshi, MOS vice-president, customers should also try their special blend of coffee.
You can expect the most popular items on their menu to be offered here in the Philippines, specifically the MOS Cheeseburger (P149) and, to the delight of rice fans out there, the Yakiniku Rice Burger (P169).