UCC, MOS and other Japanese restos open for pickup and delivery

Select branches of UCC and CoCo Ichibanya, along with Mitsuyado Sei-men in Jupiter St., Tendon Kohaku in Burgos Park, and MOS Burger in Robinsons Galleria are now accepting orders for pickup and delivery.

Menu selections, however, will be limited so customers are advised to call the restaurants about their available dishes prior to ordering their takeout or placing an order through Grab Pabili, Lalamove, and other third-party providers servicing their areas.

Metro Manila customers who have a craving for UCC drinks and dishes can call the following branches to inquire about the available menu items: UCC Cafe Terrace in One Rockwell through (02)8856-0477 and (02)8478-7513; UCC Clockwork in Xentro through (02)8243-9257; and UCC Clockwork Burgos Circle through (02)8828-1447. UCC Cafe Terrace and UCC Clockwork Burgos Circle are accepting orders from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, from Monday to Saturday only. UCC Clockwork in Xentro is open from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday to Saturday.

Those in Bacolod, meanwhile, can call UCC Clockwork in Lacson Avenue through (34) 431-2243 and +63 917 323 7588 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday to Saturday.

CoCo Ichibanya at One Rockwell and Kapitolyo Kitchen are also accepting orders through Foodpanda. You can call (02)8815-4087 to inquire about their available menu items.

Tsukemen cravings? Mitsuyado Sei-men offers ready-to-cook Yuzu Tsukemen and Karashi Tsukemen kits as well as ready-to-eat Gyoza and Chicken Karaage. They are accepting orders from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Saturday. You can either visit the store to order your takeout or place an order through Foodpanda, Grab Pabili, Joyride Pabili, and Mr. Speedy. For inquiries, call (02) 8511-1390

Tendon Kohaku in Burgos Park will also be open for takeout and pickup only. It will service the Forbestown community from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Inquiries are welcome at (02) 7914-0433.

MOS Burger has likewise opened its Robinsons Galleria branch for takeout and pickup orders. You can either visit their store to place a takeout order or place your order via Foodpanda, Grabexpress Pabili, or Lalamove. For inquiries, you can contact MOS Burger at (02) 7747-2695. They are open from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

All stores will strictly observe “no mask, no entry” and social distancing policies.

Image and store details provided in a recent press release.

MOS Brings Its Most Popular Burgers to PH Market

MOS Burger, one of the leading burger chains in Japan, is about to give Filipinos a different kind of burger dining experience.

“We have brought our well-loved burgers to the Philippines. Now, you don’t have to go all the way to Japan to have your fill of our best-selling yakiniku rice burger and other burger selections,” said MOS Burger Philippines president Araki Masahide.

MOS Burger, Robinsons Galleria

Among the MOS Burger top-sellers that have been included in its Philippine menu is the MOS Cheeseburger (Php149). This Japanese-style cheeseburger comes with MOS’ special meat sauce poured over a pile of beef patty, tomato, onion, and cheese.

MOS Burger, Robinsons Galleria

Not to be missed is the yakiniku rice burger (Php169), the burger that has been strongly identified with the brand since it was introduced in its Japanese stores. It comes with perfectly marinated yakiniku beef with green lollo rosso (lettuce) and onions in an equally delicious rice patty. MOS also offers the natsumi yakiniku (Php189), which is yakiniku wrapped in fresh lollo rosso instead of being sandwiched in a bun or rice patty.

Mos Burger, Robinsons Galleria

MOS Burger, Robinsons Galleria

Another popular choice among its diners worldwide is its wagyu burger (Php299), which likewise comes in two options—one with the buns and the other with the rice patties or wagyu rice burger (Php309).

MOS Burger, Robinsons Galleria

For chicken lovers, a must-try is the teriyaki chicken burger (Php189) with its own version of chicken teriyaki sandwiched with green lollo rosso, sliced onion, and mayonnaise. For those who prefer to have it with MOS’ signature rice patty, there’s the teriyaki chicken rice burger (Php209). Diners can likewise have it with just greens as it offers the natsumi teriyaki chicken (Php209) as well.

MOS also has something for seafood lovers—the seafood tempura rice burger (Php169). It consists of delicious seafood tempura drizzled with flavorful kakiage sauce and sandwiched between MOS’ signature rice patties.

MOS Burger, Robinsons Galleria

“We only want the best for our Filipino diners. We encourage them to try each burger when they visit our store,” Araki said.

Guests at MOS Burger’s VIP Night, an event held prior to its official store opening at Robinsons Galleria, were treated to this sumptuous array of Japanese-style burgers.

Distinguished guests during the event included Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines, His Excellency Koji Haneda, and his wife, Madame Ihoko Haneda; MOS Food Services Chairman Atsushi Sakurada; MOS Food Services Inc. Executive Officer and General Manager of International Headquarters Jun Takifuka; MOS Food Services, Inc. General Manager Hironobu Maehara; and Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte.

They were welcomed by Araki, MOS Burger Philippines CEO Hubert U. Young, and MOS Burger Philippines Vice President Tateishi Hiroshi.

MOS Burger’s first Philippine store is located at Robinsons Galleria (near the ADB Avenue entrance). It is slated to open branches in SM Megamall, Robinsons Magnolia, Greenhills, Midtown, and Eastwood in the coming months.

Japan’s MOS Burger aims to take a bite out of the PH fast food market, opens first store on February 27

In a market dominated by western-style burgers, MOS Burger will introduce a distinctly Japanese flavor to burger-loving Filipinos as it opens its first branch in the Philippines this February 27, 2020 in Robinsons Galleria.

 “We heard that Filipinos love burgers as much as they love Japanese food. In introducing MOS Burger to the Philippines, we are giving them two of the things that they most love. We can’t wait for them to try our Japanese-style burgers,” said MOS Burger Philippines president Araki Masahide.

 During a pop-up store event last month, MOS Burger introduced its version of a signature cheese burger with meat sauce and the original yakiniku rice burger. Some of the items on the menu for the first Philippine branch are the following: yakiniku rice burger, MOS cheese burger, wagyu burger, seafood tempura rice burger, and natsumi, a lettuce wrap burger. 

As a way to welcome the dining public to its first store in the country, MOS Burger will give out gifts to its first 50 customers on opening day. In-store surprises also await customers every hour on February 27. The store’s operating hours will be from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Founded in Tokyo in 1972, MOS Burger is ranked number two in sales among all burger chains in Japan. It has around 1,300 stores in Japan and almost 400 stores overseas.

MOS stands for mountain, ocean, and sun—three elements that symbolize the company’s commitment to good service and how it trains its employees to approach their work. The mountain symbolizes its thrust to “stand tall and firm as a mountain.” The ocean, meanwhile, symbolizes its aim “to have a heart as big and generous as the ocean”, and the sun stands for “undying passion.”

MOS Burger also adheres to the old Japanese proverb “ishoku dogen”, which means food and medicine come from the same source so we could maintain our health through a balanced diet.

MOS Burger Philippines was formed in 2019 to oversee the local operations of MOS Burger. The company is the result of a joint venture agreement between MOS Food Services Inc. of Japan and Tokyo Coffee Holdings of the Young family of General Milling Corporation.

Its aggressive expansion plan in the Philippines will see the opening of several branches in Metro Manila this year. Apart from the one in Robinsons Galleria, MOS Burger stores will be opened in SM Megamall in Mandaluyong, One Eastwood Tower 2 and Robinsons Magnolia in Quezon City, O-Square in Greenhills, San Juan, and Robinsons Manila.

For more updates about MOS Burger Philippines’ opening, follow its Facebook page and Instagram account.

Image and details provided by MOS Burger in a recent press release.

MOS Burger Pop-Up on Jan. 15 and 16 to Give Taste of Things to Come Before First Branch Opens

Leading Japanese burger chain MOS Burger will have a two-day pop-up store at the second level of Robinsons Galleria (ADB Avenue entrance) prior to the opening of its restaurant in the same area on the first quarter of the year.

Doors will open at 12 noon on January 15 and 16, but customers can line up as early as 10:00 AM to have first dibs on two of its classic burgers—the Signature MOS Cheese Burger (Php149) and Yakiniku Rice Burger (Php169).

Mos Burger, Robinsons Galleria

Mos Burger, Robinsons Galleria

These are MOS Burgers’ international menu mainstays that will be part of the Philippine menu. The first branch is scheduled to open this February at Robinsons Galleria. Three hundred burgers will be made available during the pop-up event, and each customer can purchase a maximum of two burgers per order.

Last year, MOS Burger Philippines was established to operate the local branch of MOS Burger and MOS Café following a joint venture agreement between MOS Food Services Inc. of Japan and Tokyo Coffee Holdings.

Event details and images provided in a recent press release.

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.

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

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.

MOS stands for “Mountain, Ocean, Sun.”

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