Japan’s MOS Burger to Open Pop-Up Store in Robinsons Galleria This January

MOS Burger, the second largest burger chain in Japan, will have a pop-store in Robinsons Galleria this January 2020 prior to the opening of its first branch in the Philippines. MOS stands for “Mountain, Ocean, Sun.”

Are you excited for MOS Burger?

This Japanese hamburger chain has offered hamburgers tailored to the Japanese palate since 1972. Following the opening of its first store, the company rapidly grew into a nationwide franchise thanks to a combination of its menu of delicious, freshly made food and its cordial and friendly service.

The pop-up store will sell two items from its standard menu: The Signature MOS Burger and the Yakiniku Rice Burger.

The Signature MOS Burger

“We can’t wait to open the first MOS Burger in the country. As we prepare to open its doors to the public, we’re giving everyone a chance to enjoy its well-loved burgers,” said Masahide Araki, President of MOS Burger Philippines, Inc.  A joint venture between MOS Foods Services Inc. of Japan and Tokyo Coffee Holdings, MOS Burger Philippines will own and operate MOS Burger restaurants in the country.

Yakiniku Rice Burger

The first MOS Burger restaurant in the Philippines is slated to open in the first quarter next year in Robinsons Galleria, Ortigas. More store openings are scheduled in 2020 in different commercial malls and business districts.

“We are excited to fulfill MOS’ ‘Making People Happy Through Food’ promise here in the Philippines,” said Araki.

38 thoughts on “Japan’s MOS Burger to Open Pop-Up Store in Robinsons Galleria This January”

  1. i love a good burger. this place makes different burgers than i’m used to.what is the sauce or wet stuff on top of the tomato? is that normal on japan’s burgers?

  2. Really cool! Sounds like the Philippines is getting all kinds of good food places opening up there. I still remember going to Jollibees when I was there. And guess what there is a Jollibees going to be opening up here in Arizona, about 25 minutes from my house! haha awesome!

  3. The Philippines sounds like it’s a up and coming country when it comes to food and restaurants. This is one place I’d love to try if I ever go there.

  4. Burger is my favorite menu when we travel abroad and love to try out different chains. This one too seems quite a nice one.

  5. Sounds like a great store to visit and that Japanese burger looks absolutely delicious! It’s great that there are plenty of new stores opening up in the Philippines.

  6. I saw this MOS Burger in my last Taiwan trip, but I haven’t do a try. I’m planning a trip to Philippines, and definitely I would give a try this time. Thanks for the post introducing the food to me!

  7. Wow, that was so interesting..! Can’t wait for that branch to open and try this gorgeous burger from Japan.. 😘

  8. I did’ nt get to try this last time we were visiting the Philippines but i’ll try it for sure when we go back. Looks so delicious!

  9. Not heard of this place before, but sounds great. Like the sound of the rice burger for sure xx

  10. Can’t say I’ve tried Japanese burgers before, bit given how good they are at most things, I’m sure these will rock

  11. These burgers look so delicious. The Japanese really know hot to grill a juicy burger.

  12. Never tried burgers like these before. They look really interesting! Will have to try 🙂 thanks for sharing, it is an interesting post!

  13. These burgers make me hungry. It looks so delicious. Can’t wait to try. Mouthwatering!

  14. I am not a big fan of burgers – at least the American style ones that are too heavy for me, the Japanese burgers sound pretty interesting. Hopefully less on the sauce and cheese.

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