Burger know-it-all: MOS Cafe dessert burger

In our burger know-it-all series we try all the weird burgers you didn't dare to try . This time we try MOS cafe's dessert burger!

Usually, when you think of dessert burgers ice cream would be the substitute for the meat patty that would come to your mind. At Mos Cafe, the sweet filling was made of three different types of creams, Chestnut Matcha, Chocolate, and Pumpkin Cream flavor, all of which were packed in their places with different fruits and a sweet bun. And all of them which were suspiciously un-melting. The bun was different to their other burgers, a little sweeter, closer to the Japanese/Korean style 'milk buns'. The suspicious cream fillings were either not flavourful enough (the chocolate cream) or a little too weird (matcha). The chocolate filling wasn't as sweet as I would have liked which made it a little dull as for it to be paired with the fresh strawberries they added in the burger. The chestnut Matcha filling had a strange plastic cream cheese after taste that actually ruined the taste of the burger. The pumpkin cream burger was just not good at all. You can definitely skip this burger. 
But with that said, we have to tell you that we also tried the Brown Sugar Bubble Matcha Latte and it was quite good. Go for this instead!

Restaurant Details
Shop No.207 2/F The Forest, 17 Nelson St, Mong Kok
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