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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Mos Burger French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage

Popular Japanese burger chain Mos Burger has just released a new doughnut burger that is an interesting creation. Called the French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage, the burger or doughnut is a kind of cross collaboration between Mos Burger and Mister Donut. Mos Burger has used the famous Mister Donut French Cruller Doughnut as inspiration for its doughnut pastry like bun for its latest burger.

Japan is certainly no stranger to unique burger creations, especially in recent times with such beauties as the Ramen Burger and Black Ninja Burger.

The concept behind this cross collaboration is that Mos Burger and Mister Donut would both swap menus, and try to come up with some new products based on popular items offered by the other chain. This unique collaboration has been given the nickname “Mosdo”. “Mos” is short for Mos Burger, and “do” is from the nickname of Mister Donut (Misdo).

The creators at Mos Burger come up with the Mos Burger French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage as well as the Mos Burger French Cruller with Berry and Chocolate. Both of these creation use Mister Donut’s popular French Cruller doughnuts as inspiration with the creators at Mos Burger coming up with their own original doughnut pastry bun.

The Mos Burger French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage certainly does look interesting and is unlike anything we have seen before. Sandwiched in between the original French Cruller buns is a spiral-shaped chorizo sausage, hot chilli sauce, lettuce, onion, tomato and mayonnaise. The burger costs 390 yen (USD$3.80) and will be available for a limited time until early July.

The Taste Test 

Japan Australia was intrigued enough in order to head down to our local Mos Burger to try this unique creation out. We ordered the French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage and we weren’t disappointed. The burger was actually pretty good and the flavour combinations awesome. The spicy chorizo sausage was one of the best we’ve had in Japan and went well with the spicy chilli sauce which had a distinct Mexican flavour to it. The doughnut buns were good and not sweet as we expected them to be. They were very light and flakey which unfortunately made it difficult to eat the burger without the buns breaking up all over the place. This was the only let down of the burger.

If you don’t mind getting your fingers a little dirty then definitely give this new burger a try.

French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage

A little peak inside the French Cruller with Chorizo Sausage

Mos Burger Japan website 


  1. MOS Burger!
    Thanks for the heads-up. I'll toddle along to our local MOS. :)

    1. Thanks Ru! I thought you might like this one :) Definitely give it a try. I like the flavour combinations if you can get the doughnut bun to hold it all together!


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