I do indulge in fast food once in a while. I have not been to Mos Burger for a long long time. This was a quickly lunch with my teenage cousin. She said that what we are gonna eat is really really nice.
I thought I will save on calories and ordered Diet Coke. Ah Pui! So synthetic tasting. But the design of the made is bearable. LOL. Their design on the cups are so simple and yet it looks nice ya? It’s what I call a ‘muji’ look.
If you like thin fries, most people will say go for McDonald’s fries.
If you like real potato and not processed flour shaped into fries, go to Carl’s Jr.
But if you like thick fries, or some call it chips, then you should go for Mos Burger’s.
They are quite tasty chips.
But they are not as nice as the ones in KFC Australia. Eating these chips suddenly reminds me of the KFC Australia chips my classmates and I used to eat in Melbourne. Their chips are topped with onion, salt, garlic, pepper and sugar powder. They taste absolutely delicious! (Anyone who has eaten them?)
OK, back to Mos Burger. This is the burger that my cousin said is really nice. The Yakiniku Rice burger. It’s packed so nicely too!
When you open the wrapper, you get to see juicy and yummy beef!
But they are packed in a way that the meat’s all on top. It takes skills to eat this burger so that your last mouth will still have meat and rice. I am not one of the skilled ones. I end up eating the beef first and ended with two slices of rice cakes.
Only teenagers like my cousin who eat this often know how to eat it till your last mouth has still some beef and rice cakes.
You can get them at Mos Burger outlets island wide. They have shrimp burgers too, but my cousin said, nah, those are not nice. hehe..