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73A, Jalan SS15/8A
Subang Jaya 47500

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm


11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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The El Chapo was recommended but I decided to go with the pulled beef sandwich instead. Pulled beef, tomatoes, rockets and mustard mayo in between homemade ciabatta. There's normally beef bacon inside but I swapped it for an egg instead. Portion was big and filled with a generous amount of flavourful pulled beef. The ciabatta made with herbs and had a chewy texture.
Top up RM4 and you get a coffee or tea!


How often do you see coffee serve in a Chinese cup? Good coffee and there's light bites such as homemade quiche or cheesecake to go with your coffee.


The other thing to come to Kaizen for is this. While not housemade (they seemed a bit secretive about their supplier heh), the cheesecake is wonderfully sweet and creamy, with a dark, slightly burnt top.

In its centre, the cake feels almost like an ice cream itself — cool and melt in the mouth. The vanilla ice cream is your run of the mill “from the tub” kind, which didn’t exactly measure up to the cake or go particularly well with it. Just the latter is cheesecake heaven enough.


This is what to come for at Kaizen. Beef burger topped with tostada chips, pulled bbq beef and chipotle aioli. The buns, a little like McDonald’s white buns, are a bit bready. But what was between them made up for it twicefold! The beef patty was very tasty, boosted by pulled beef for an extra meaty bite, and the chipotle aioli embraces the patty beautifully so every bit is flavoured.

The fries were passable in flavour, but had a colour that insinuates they were fried in overused oil. Hope not?

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The burger/pasta sets at Kaizen x August Cafe (their kitchen) are very good value for money. An additional RM2 gets you coffee or tea, along with your main.

The smoked salmon pasta is somewhat of a hybrid between mentaiko and carbonara. It’s creamy, with a slight brightness that probably comes from cooking the smoked meat. That also means instead of smoked fish, you’ll get cooked salmon flakes in your pasta.

46 by Project Gibraltar is now Kaizen, replacing Morningwood in its old location. The flat white, served in a quaint Chinese tea cup, isn’t as yummy as I remember 46’s to be. This one had a slightly burnt aftertaste, but still well-pulled and does the job for a sleepy morning!