This results in pizza pancakes and full English breakfast pancakes.
About five miles outside of the city center in an old converted house, i Lotus serves upmarket Chinese cuisine that is tellingly popular with the Chinese émigrés and visitors of Brunei.
What separates this branch from others in the Kaizen chain is its design.
The first thing to notice about this riverside Kaizen is its wonderful building, a playful modern update of traditional Asian buildings inspired by bamboo structures.
Since its first restaurant in BSB was founded in 1990, Pondok Sari Wangi has had a fantastically successful two decades.
It has opened branches across the city serving versions of its much-loved Indonesian fare.