15th March 2004, 11:22 PM
same! that burger rox. do you knoe they only have it in SG? I was so sad when I couldn't find it when I was overseas
Originally Posted by nickpower
try the turkey bacon double. that's yummy too!
and so is the new lamb sandwich
but my fav food in bk is still the cheesesticks and the nuggets
15th March 2004, 11:34 PM
There are branches in Bugis Junction, Plaza Singapura, Jurong Point and Tampines Mall too (Basement)
Originally Posted by lemonlogix
What I liked abt MOS is that they can make burgers using Rice, and Even Unagi (Eel) and Ebi (prawn), which are not found in any fastfood resturants.
Their side orders, like Mussels and Prawn Fritters are unique though expensive.
I have tried the humble HotDog, thinking it would just be another Orange Julius copycat and taste the same, (just another hotdog)
I was surprised to find it very yummy.
I like the Coffee flavoured milkshake, because many fast food resturants have removed the Milk-Shake from their menus.
I regret not being able to try all the items on their menu as they have so much choices and I can't afford to have one of each.
15th March 2004, 11:37 PM
Yakiniku Beef Rice Burger
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16th March 2004, 12:19 AM
their beef patties in the cheeseburger is enough to convert me... their rice teriyaki burger is so WOOOOOOO~~~~~ *drools*
16th March 2004, 12:41 AM
The Apple Pie from MOS..... small and nice.. bitesize too!
16th March 2004, 12:52 AM
definitely the corn soup!
16th March 2004, 05:15 AM
Been having MOS burger food for quite some time. Tried most of their food.
What's not to be missed is:
Teriyaki Chicken Burger! (Highest sale for all MOS burger stalls)
Barbecued on both side for 4 mins (on meat area) & 3 mins (on area with skin)
dipped in teriyaki sauce & barbecue 1 min on each side & it's ready to serve. Topped with lecture, sliced onion & mayonaise, makes a wonderful burger each time u eat it.
Yakiniku Rice Burger
They have this piece of specially marinated meat fried on hot plate for approximately 1 to 2 mins & the rice patty, put in the oven to be cooked. Once done, put meat into rice patty & add some sunny lettuce.
The difference between the fish burger here is that it does not comes with tartar sauce. Normally served hot & the fish patty is very juicy when you bite on it.
Tsukune Rice Burger
Kind of similar cooking method as Teriyaki Chicken burger but dipped in different sauce. Using rice patty as well, add some sliced onion & ready to serve.
MOS burger (with or without cheese) I like this very much
Normal beef patty with large slice of tomato, diced onion, meat sauce, mayonaise in it.
Similar to Teriyaki Chicken burger's ingredients, just that the patty is beef.
Not to mentioned, they just introduced a new seafood rice burger which is very nice too!
Side-dishes not to be missed:
1.) Fries (Big, soft & nicely fried but can expect over-cooked sometimes)
1.) Ice Milk Tea (Always get 5 packets of milk for Large but only put 4 in.)
2.) Ice Peach Tea
3.) MOS Shake (Mocha, Vanilla, Strawberry)
Cornsoup & nothing else. Add a packet of pepper for better taste & drink it when it's hot.
16th March 2004, 08:28 AM
Typical meal at Mos Burger:-
1. Corn Soup
2. Ebi Rice burger (dunno whether they still have it. been a while)
3. SPICY MOS CHEESEBURGER!!!
4. Large fries with ketchup (chili is dodgy)
5. Large Peach Ice tea
The burgers are so small so must eat 2.
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16th March 2004, 10:50 AM
Eh you going to Bugis? What time? Ta pao for me......
Originally Posted by RuthBaby
16th March 2004, 10:51 AM
before class lor... lolz...
Originally Posted by Pro Image
if can eat at stanley's place...
im going have my teriyaki chicken burger wif fat fries and large ICE MILK TEA wif 5 packs of milk
16th March 2004, 10:58 AM
like the rice burgers and big fries but they're pretty expensive.
16th March 2004, 11:07 AM
expensive & small in quantity......................
16th March 2004, 01:29 PM
16th March 2004, 01:56 PM
ermm u work in mos burger?? how did u know all the procedure and cooking method and its all correct
Originally Posted by photobeginner