Blurring the boundaries between indoor and outdoor, Kisaku at Pasaraya attracts visitors with its open-air charm. Strategically located between Pasaraya’s burgeoning eateries and office quarters, Kisaku’s newest hideout makes people watching or grabbing coffee on-the-go an effortless leisure (or errand).
Those who have frequented Kisaku’s first outlet in Laksana will remember the distinctive wooden and white colourway along with its three-legged white crow mascot. Set like a coffee stop, this third shop works for quick visits while still lending itself a space for people to lounge, or even work amidst the crowd.
Accompanying these interludes are their unchanging coffee offerings, like the Iced Pandan Latte and Iced Kampoeng Latte. As the first to launch Oatly, a Swedish oat drink brand, in the country, coffee beverages are now available with an oat milk alternative upon request; there’s also a new chocolate flavour for those who need to change up on the taste.
Should you feel peckish, there’s an array of on-the-go lunch or dinner boxes to eat on the spot. Healthy light grubs like the Sweet Bird, which is a bowl of grilled chicken breast, honey glazed tofu, and lettuce mix, dressed in honey, garlic and Italian herbs, should keep one energised throughout the day. There’s also bowls of Beef Bulgogi and Barley Chicken Sambal Matah for other diverse options. But for those who want to dismiss the calorie count, Nasi Goreng Geprek should do the trick.
To make it more exciting, Kisaku makes weekends a pet affair; so, tag your furry friends along and have them munch on the “puppuccino” — basically a small dose of whipped cream — offered at the counter. Although designed to accommodate daily commuters for a quick caffeine fix, quality time at Kisaku, either with oneself or others, can be simply pleasurable.