Published on April 22nd,2013 at 6:20 PM
By >Stephen

MOS BURGER – “Mos no Natsumi” healthy lettuce burgers for a limited time – Eat your burger in fresh lettuce instead of buns

MOS BURGER - "Mos no Natsumi" healthy lettuce burgers - Eat your burger in fresh lettuce instead of buns

On 4/23, one of the most popular burger chains in Japan, MOS BURGER, is releasing an interesting burger series called “Mos no Natsumi”. It’s a burger that sandwiches a patty between fresh lettuce, NOT BUNS.

It is true that anything called a “burger” or “sandwich” in Japan will be disappointing to visiting foreigners because it is “just not the same” – now MOS BURGER has proudly taken it one step further.

While people in North America have gotten used to sandwiches like the KFC “Double Down” (bacon and cheese between 2 deep chicken filets serving as the buns), MOS BURGER has gone the other way.

There are 6 kinds of burgers/sandwiches in the “Mos no Natsumi” lineup:

- Beef patty with vegetables and aurora sauce (320 yen)
- Teriyaki chicken (320 yen)
- Fish (300 yen)
- Shrimp cake (350 yen)
- Pork cutlet (340 yen)
- Chicken (280 yen)

Period of sales: from April 23 until the beginning of September.

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MOS BURGER – “Mos no Natsumi” healthy lettuce burgers for a limited time – Eat your burger in fresh lettuce instead of bunsMOS BURGER – “Mos no Natsumi” healthy lettuce burgers for a limited time – Eat your burger in fresh lettuce instead of buns
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Comments
 

  • Don Corleone

    They should start making veggie burgers with all the fancy trimmings. It’s not the bread that’ll do you in, it’s all that meat and contaminated fish. But that’s just being frank.

  • http://twitter.com/genkakuzai Kristoffer

    Why in earth would people be disappointed by burgers in Japan? They’re frigging epic. McDonald’s taste better in Tokyo than I’ve ever experienced elsewhere.

  • http://twitter.com/genkakuzai Kristoffer

    Why on earth would people be disappointed by burgers in Japan? They’re frigging epic. McDonald’s taste better in Tokyo than I’ve ever experienced elsewhere.

  • Tyrael

    People in California go for burgers like these more often than you think. If you go to In-n-out and order a protein burger, they sub out the buns for lettuce. No carb diets have become increasingly popular so this isn’t too surprising. And needless to say, though there is the KFC “Double Down”, majority of people rarely eat it and yet alone even have tried it.

  • Tim

    This is nothing new. I live in California and I can drive down the street and buy one of these. This has been around for years.

 

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