MOS Burger Just Launched S’pore’s Cheapest Impossible Burger At $6.95, Available At All Outlets

MOS Burger Now Has Meatless Impossible Burger, Available While Stocks Last

Following the vegan craze, many fast food restaurants like Swensen’s rolled out their own renditions of the Impossible burger.

Most recent to jump on the bandwagon is the all-familiar MOS Burger, which is offering the usually costly burger at impossibly low prices.

MOS Burger Singapore announced the new menu item on Facebook yesterday (9 Dec).


Available at all MOS Burger Singapore outlets

If you’ve been hesitating to go vegan for the longest time due to the typically high costs of food, worry no more.

Mos Burger’s Impossible burger only costs $6.95 each, which is pretty cheap compared to other meatless burgers out there.

Judging from the picture, the burger appears to contain a meatless patty topped with grilled mushrooms, brown sauce and a slice of cheese.


The fact that the burger looks as juicy and tantalising as any regular meat burger is an almost certain assurance that it’ll taste just as good.

We’re sure you won’t be able to tell that the patty is 100% plant-based.

The Impossible burger is now available at all MOS Burger and MOS Cafe outlets in Singapore, so drop by any of them to try one.

Contains soy & grilled together with other patties

Those with allergies should note that the burger patty contains soy. MOS Burger also cooks it on the same grill as other meat patties, so if you’re particular about that, don’t say we didn’t warn you earlier.


But for those who don’t mind, be sure to chiong to your nearest MOS Burger outlet because these burgers are only available while stocks last.

To help you a little further, here’s the full list of MOS Burger Singapore outlets.

With these Impossible burgers, not only will your stomachs be full, but your hearts too, from knowing that you had an eco-friendly meal that helped save the Earth.


So jio a friend to try these burgers and let us know how it tastes in the comments below!

Featured images adapted from Facebook and Yelp Singapore.

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