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Mogu Japanese Street Eats: Japanese Inspired Sandwiches

DesignGirl November 13, 2012 Downtown, Food Carts, Japanese, Streetcart, Three Beakers

Mogu Japanese Street Eat is one of the new food trucks that debuted in Vancouver. They are on the corner of Howe and Dunamuir and sells Japanese inspired burgers.

I came with @smoovegroove to grab lunch and see how their sandwiches were.

They feature 3 different sandwiches with an option to order chicken karaage or drinks.

I ordered the Sandwich combo ($12) that comes with your choice of sandwich, a mini sweet and spicy chicken karaage and choice of drink.

The green tea was non-sweetened and straight up green tea. I loved it.

Mini Sweet and Spicy Chicken Karaage (唐揚げ 甘辛ソースがけ) is marinated deep-fried chicken in a house made sweet chili sauce. It was so good! The chicken was so moist that the juice squirted out when I bit into it. Really good!!

Pork Miso Katsu Sandwich (味噌カツサンド) has breaded deep-fried pork cutlet, red miso sauce, and Asian hot mustard coleslaw on a soft bun. The katsu was very large, so it sticks out of the bun. I wasn’t a fan of the miso cause since it was a bit salty and sweet. The katsu was also dry.

Overall, the green tea and the chicken karaage was awesome but the sandwiches would use a little bit of work. I will definitely come back for some more karaage!

We Rate Mogu Japanese Street Eats:

Location:
610 Howe street
Vancouver, BC

Website:
http://www.eatmogu.com/

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Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.