Food Review

[NEW] MOS Cafe at Raffles City Shopping Centre

 Recently MOS burger at Raffles City went through a revamp and officially reopened as a new concept store with new menu. I was excited about the idea of having a MOS cafe as MOS burger has always been my preferred choice of fast food over other fast food chain. Inside my mind, I was thinking how cool would that be to have a MOS cafe, something different from the usual MOS Burger setting. But my excitement was short lived, In terms of the interior, MOS Cafe looks rather similar to MOS Burger, not even near to their outlet in Haneda Airport. But never mind, let’s check out their menu!

Besides the usual beverage selection, several new items were spotted. Amongst them, we ordered the vegetables smoothie ($3.80) and special fruit tea ($4.50). I would recommend the banana vegetable smoothie to those peeps who loves banana but I do know that this would never be a favourite for me and Sihan. A piece of advice for those who ordered the fruit tea, unless you want to have a whole mouthful of sugar syrup, do stir your fruit tea very very well.
Wagyu Tower Burger ($8.95)

While there is Tokyo Tower in Japan, there is Wagyu Tower Burger specially created for Singapore. To be frank, it feels like an elevated version of the Wagyu Beef Burger which costs $5.15 to $5.25 with a single patty. So if you are one who prefer a double patties wagyu beef burger, go for this. In fact, this is my favourite item for this visit.

Chicken Vegetable Curry ($5.95)
Another item that you wouldn’t see at any other MOS Burger outlet. I would say this is a quick fix if you are craving for Japanese Curry. Please note that the keyword is curry. As per seen, it has more gravy than “liao” aka ingredients (chicken chunks, potato, carrot…etc). Nevertheless it is an alternative if you wanted to have some rice instead of burger.
Matcha Mini Parfait ($3.95)

Spotted on the menu is this matcha mini parfait which is priced easy on the pocket. A quick fix to anyone with sweet tooth but I would really prefer it to be less sweet.

Matcha Roll Cake ($4.40)

We ended with a Matcha roll cake which has a promising presentation. But I would like it to be more moist and less sweet. Overall, the desserts are on the sweeter side and I would really advise peeps to bear in mind that this is a fast food joint afterall. So don’t have your expectation up too high. Go to MOS Cafe with the same expectation that you will have while going to MOS Burger for maximum enjoyment of your meal. =)

Fun Fact: Just in case you are wondering what does MOS stands:
‘M’ stands for Mountain – dignified and noble.
‘O’ stands for Ocean – wide and vast.
‘S’ stands for sun – vibrant and life-giving.
Have a great week ahead! Cheers!
MOS Café Singapore
252 North Bridge Road Raffles City Shopping Centre B1-38 Singapore 179103
Operating Hours: 10:30am – 10:30pm
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