Kaizen first opened its branch in Kiarong Complex (having the typical plates of sushi, makis etc on an model electric train circulating the serving counter) and despite its smaller area size compared to the Yayasan branch, this place remains my favourite.
Personally I still prefer Kaizen than other japanese restaurants here in Brunei because Kaizen always maintain a very high quality & standard of this Eastern delicacy.
Take note that they close for a break between 2pm/3pm until 6pm daily. Parking spaces are abundant for evening & weekend outings, however finding one during normal daytime working hours can be frustrating.
Might be packed during month ends, so it is advisable to make reservations in advance or alternatively visit their larger Yayasan branch which actually has a beautiful panoramic view of the Water Village on the Brunei River.
(Note : Photos are of Kiarong outlet & were obtained from the Web & not owned by the reviewer)
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