Money Could this be the new McDonald's? One of Japan's biggest burger chains plans huge Australian expansion with 100 stores in the next five years (but their buns are made out of RICE)

02:51  31 july  2018
02:51  31 july  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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One of Japan ' s biggest burger chains plans huge Australian expansion with 100 stores (but the buns are made out of RICE ). The fast food chain ' s signature sushi burgers have buns made out of rice .

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a close up of a sandwich sitting on top of a paper plate: The biggest burger chain in Japan behind McDonald's is set to open 100 new stores in Australia within five years© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The biggest burger chain in Japan behind McDonald's is set to open 100 new stores in Australia within five years The biggest burger chain in Japan behind McDonald's is set to open 100 new stores in Australia within five years.

MOS Burger, which will serve their burgers on signature rice buns, currently has six stores in the country but all of them are in Queensland.

Australian project manager for the company, Vincent Cheng, said the small number of stores so far has allowed them to learn about the market adjust their menu for local tastes.

a group of people standing in a room: MOS Burger, which will serves their burgers on signature rice buns, currently has six stores in the country but all are based in Queensland© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited MOS Burger, which will serves their burgers on signature rice buns, currently has six stores in the country but all are based in Queensland

'Twenty years ago lots of people didn't like sushi, but that has all changed and people are trying new things. That is positive for us,' Cheng told The Courier Mail.

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Their burgers , made with 100 % real beef, are a bit greasy, but hey, the price won't leave a hole in your wallet. Next time you're craving a cheeseburger, try McDonald ' s quarter pounder with cheese, served on a sesame seed bun and topped with American cheese, onions, and pickles.

Among the menu items are a smoked salmon and avocado sushi burger, which is served on a bun made of rice and wrapped in seaweed, a BBQ beef sushi burger, and a crispy fish lettuce wrap.

To lead the expansion into the Australian market, MOS has appointed former McDonald's executive Tom Jolly as their General Manager.

a cut in half sandwich sitting on top of a piece of cake: Among the menu items is a BBQ beef sushi burger with made with rice buns© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Among the menu items is a BBQ beef sushi burger with made with rice buns 'It is very important to keep that Japanese flavour. The premium burger market is saturated,' Jolly said.

The company was founded in 1972 by Satoshi Sakurada after he worked at a US investment company in the 1960s and frequented American hamburger restaurants.

The name comes from Sakurada's original company 'Merchandising Organizing System,' however, it now stands for 'Mountain, Ocean, Sun' in line with the company's healthy food focus.

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It is the third largest burger chain service in United Sates. In fact, subway makes enough sandwiches in an year that could cover the Earth for 14 times. McDonald ’ s is the largest fast food chain in the world.

This is the type of holiday you can have on a cruise ship. Each time the ship pulls into a new port, you get to They’d made sleeping arrangements at a quaint bed and breakfast near the historic district. ‘Everything’ s safe to eat around here, except the burger joint out on the highway, next to the

The fast-food giant is worth $560 million and has stores across Japan as well as in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, and South Korea.

a group of people preparing food in a commercial kitchen: The fast food giant is worth $560 million and has stores across Japan as well as in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, and South Korea© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The fast food giant is worth $560 million and has stores across Japan as well as in Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, and South Korea

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