The two-day pop-up store runs until Jan. 16
By Kristelle Bechayda
Much-awaited Japanese burger chain MOS Burger has set up a pop-up store, giving its Filipino market a taste of what’s to come when it finally opens its first branch in the country.
Head to the second floor of Robinsons Galleria (near the ADB Avenue entrance) for a taste of what’s to come. The brand’s classic burgers will be available for two days only (until Jan. 16).
Both the Signature MOS Cheese Burger (₱149) and the (₱169) will be on the Philippine menu. Each customer can purchase a maximum of two burgers for every transaction.
MOS Cheese Burger
Yakiniku Rice Burger
A joint venture agreement between MOS Food Services and MOS Inc. of Japan and Tokyo Coffee Holdings, MOS Burger Philippines is set to open a series of branches (SM Megamall, Robinsons Magnolia, O Square Greenhills, and Robinsons Place Manila) across Metro Manila.
“We have heard that Filipinos are big burger lovers, and we are offering only the best for you,” said the local franchise’s president, Masahide Araki.
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