Mos Burger - Sabamiso (mackerel and miso) Rice Burger



Yesterday, Mos Burger, the Japanese burger chain, released some new items for their famous rice burger series.

One of them surprised us a lot. The Sabamiso Rice Burger might look like a very new concept for those living overseas, but actually it's simple and old - it is just made from the favorite Japanese lunch combination: Makerel cooked in miso based broth with some fine strips of leek as a topping and white rice - and put into a sandwich.

To make it easy to eat the the Sabamiso Rice Burger, the miso-flavored sauce is thick enough not to drip off, the rice buns are grilled and have some nice roasted flavor and crispy texture, and the mackerel's fine bones (still in the meat) became soft enough to bite by getting simmered well.



Many Japanese think that eating sabamiso makes them want to eat a lot of rice. So we guess this Sabamiso Rice Burger will make people crave a side dish of rice…

It will be available until late March for ¥360.

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