MOS live to their promise - Making people happy ^_^
Last December, we went to Bangkok for a week of shopping, unwinding and of course it includes series of pigging out. One very laid back afternoon we went to Central World and we found this fast food restaurant place called MOS Burger which is very popular in Japan and it’s actually the second largest next to Mc Donald’s in terms of branches and following. They serve unique but scrumptious burger with a lot of twist. So let’s go with the food adventure.
EXTERIOR & INTERIOR
The whole place though quite small is very cozy, clean, spacious and well ventilated. The idea of open-kitchen added extra entertainment to watchful guest which allows you to peek and watch how they prepare your meal. One thing that catches my attention though is their lovely chairs which are all pretty upholstered in white and its quite comfy too. The place is well lighted which makes it perfect for photos and due to its coziness, the place makes it more upscale compared to regular fast food chains.
THE MENU & PRICE
As for the menu, they serve several kind of burgers including their famous rice burgers with different filling options and variants. Aside from burgers, they also serve hotdog sandwiches, salads, fried chicken, french fries and soups. You can purchase in ala carte or by set in which you can save some Baht. As for the price, it is relatively cheaper for the quality of their food. We ordered a set of hotdog sandwich and beef Yakiniku burger with french fries and Fanta.
The food was a great delight and we really enjoyed our afternoon bites. For a mere 200 Baht we get to choose 2 sets of very tasty goodies. The rice burger is something new for the both of us and we love the idea. Unlike any other fast food after ordering they will serve the food once ready with a real sense of service. All in all Thumbs Up!
There are several MOS Burger in Thailand and the one we visited is in Central World. This chain are widely spread not only in Japan and Thailand, they also have branches in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Australia.
HOW TO GET HERE?
By Train SkyTrain to E1 Chit Lom Station (Sukhumvit Line). Take Exit 9. For Skybridge to Gaysorn Plaza and cross road to Central World via flyover.