Search

Top Articles

Recent Posts

Topics

Archives

  • Blogroll


  • « Nothing says Japanese Christmas like Tsurushigaki (aka Looking Out My Window In Japan) | Main | Banks and other places close for New Years, plus other stuff »

    Mos Burger has jalepenos

    By thomas | December 20, 2008

    Jalepeno peppers are my favorite sandwich condiment.  Whenever I’d go to Subway back in Texas, I’d always have them pile on the jalepenos.  Sadly, Subway here in Japan doesn’t offer jalepenos (at least not any Subway near me!).  My import store doesn’t even sell them!  What can I do?

    Mos Burger.

    Not only is Mos Burger the best fast-food hamburger place around, not only does it have the best onion rings known to man, but they also have jalepenos!  If you order a Spicy Mos Burger, the “Spicy” you taste comes from chopped jalepenos that they stick in your burger sauce blap stuff.  Delicious! Even without the tilde.

    If you like jalepenos, go to Mos Burger.

    Do you have any fast food secrets?  Let me know in the comments!

    Related posts:

    1. Other uses for old rice: fried rice and rice pudding
    Like this post? Give me the Thumbs Up!

    Share: Stumble This | Zoom This | JapanSoc This
    Topics: Japanese Food | 12 Comments »Trackback

    12 Responses to “Mos Burger has jalepenos”

    1. eat wasabi Says:
      December 21st, 2008 at 4:31 am

      when in rome… eat wasabi…

      ahh Mos Burger.. one of my favorite weekend treats when living in kyushu….
      brings back good memories….

    2. Mark Cooke Says:
      December 21st, 2008 at 2:22 pm

      My Subway in Ebisu does have jalepenos. I order them every time! Though the staff calls them “hot peppers”.

    3. thomas Says:
      December 21st, 2008 at 2:32 pm

      @eat wasabi: Mos Burger is awesome. My favorite fast food burger place in the whole world.. well, maybe after Burger King.

      @Mark Cooke: You know, I got an email from another reader who said the same thing. I was sure I didn’t see them at my Subway though. You guys have given me hope. I’m going to check again!

    4. shoM3000 Says:
      December 22nd, 2008 at 12:31 am

      Japanese subway stores call jalepenos as “hot pepper.” I don’t know why but every subway stores I know of has jalepenos a.k.a. “hot pepper”

    5. David Says:
      December 22nd, 2008 at 1:21 am

      The best onion rings? Really? They’re good but much too salty for me.

    6. thomas Says:
      December 22nd, 2008 at 7:07 am

      @shoM3000: Ok, that’s 3 people now who say Subway has jalepenos afterall. I feel like this is my lucky day! I’ll have to check it out. Thanks.

      @David: Of course onion ring tastiness is a matter of opinion, but I really like the light tempura-style batter. Too much salt can ruin them though, and I’ve had a few batches that were overcooked. But overall they are my personal favorite.

    7. Tom T. Says:
      December 23rd, 2008 at 11:50 am

      Jalepeno sighting: Kaldi Coffee Farm (jarred, imported from Mexico). I’m not sure if all their shops have it in stock, by it might be worth a try. If I remember correctly, it was a rather large jar for only ¥298.

    8. T-later Says:
      December 26th, 2008 at 4:19 am

      Followup to Tom T.
      http://www.kaldi.co.jp/english/index.html

    9. billy Says:
      December 26th, 2008 at 2:48 pm

      If you think mos burger is good, you’ve forgotten what a real hamburger tastes like. Try Kua’aina burger. Mos Burger is not real beef, nor does it taste like a hamburger. Its a watered down version. You people are friggin idiots. I bet you think japanese chinese food is the best too.

    10. Tornadoes28 Says:
      December 28th, 2008 at 9:25 pm

      But you need to eat 3 Mos burgers to get filled up.

    11. homebrewjapan Says:
      April 10th, 2009 at 7:45 am

      You can buy jars of Jalepenos from Don Quiote in Roppongi, from the chain Yamaya, and from National Azabu. You can also buy REAL spicy chili peppers from the Korean supermarkets in Shin Okubo. You can buy dried chopped chili from Don Quiote and in Shin Okubo.

      Yup, I’m a man who likes his spice.

    12. M Says:
      May 8th, 2009 at 5:12 pm

      Jalapenos are sold in most デパチカ。e.g. Tokyu Food show in shibuya, Lumine in shinjuku, etc. I get mine form a local supermarket that has a tiny imported foods section. Just look out for the tortillas and tacos and they should have jalapenos

    Comments