A Burger With a “Meat” Bun!
Yes, another day, another amazingly unique burger from Japan!
MOS Burger has a new “Niku Niku Niku” Burger – want to know what it is? Well, it’s a burger that’s all meat, including a meat bun!
And not only did MOS come up with a burger that doesn’t have a bread bun, they also provided a nice graphic to explain exactly what you do get – check it out!
As RocketNews24 reports:
“To help visually process all that’s going on, Mos Burger has been kind enough to provide a schematic of how the sandwich is put together. Starting at the bottom, the Niku Niku Niku Burger ditches a bread or rice bun and instead starts with a straight-up hamburger patty. You know, the thing that’s usually supposed to be at the center of the burger, not it’s outermost parts.”
“Next comes a leaf of lettuce to keep the beef bun separate from the teriyaki chicken, more lettuce, a generous helping of yakiniku beef, one last lettuce layer, and, finally, yet another hamburger patty to top the whole thing off, making the Niku Niku Niku Burger actually four servings of meat.”
Well, count me in!
MOS Burger also has a burger that uses grilled rice discs as buns, called the “yakiniku rice burger” – check it out:
As always, RocketNews24 always has terrific stories from Asia – check out this tasty one here:
As some of you know, I have actually eaten at MOS Burger!
When I was in Tokyo in 2016, I forced my wife Alex to come along and try one of their “Wagyu Burgers” with me – and she did!
You can see what I ordered – and how it tasted – by clicking on my story here:
Bravo to MOS Burger once again – bite into the “all meat and only meat” burger!
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