Maidreamin has just recently opened at Gateway Ekamai. It's the first branch to be open outside Japan and comes complete with pink and white sofas and merry maids to keep you in high spirits.
From the ceremonious moment your maid lights up the Dream Candle, you will no longer be in the "real world". You will have travelled through portals and transformed into a master (Nai Thun or Khun Noo in Thai) which the maids eagerly await to welcome. Manufactured to be polite, buoyant and entertaining while being endearing all at the same time, the maids kneel down to take your orders and also wave enchantments at your food to make it taste better before serving it to you. Pay an extra fee and they'll sing and dance for you and you can shimmy to girly J-Pop music along with them. For those who have no idea what you're in for, visits to these types of cafes are not exactly cheap and you have to pay for everything from entrance fees by the hour to photo ops with the maids, as photography within the cafe is not allowed.
It's a place where food is secondary, as the customer's main intent (for the solo male ones, anyway) is to bask in some attentive company from the maids. If you've ever felt unloved, then Maidreamin is the place to be. Service here is extraordinarily cheery and the maids will never PMS on you because it is their undying duty to make sure you have a good time.
Open daily 11am-10pm. Most credit cards accepted.
- Open days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
11:00 to 22:00
Input price range
150 - 500 Baht/Unit or 5 - 17 USD/Unit
Remark: Cost of meal per person
M floor, Gateway Ekamai, 982/22, Sukhumvit Rd., Phra Khanong, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2-108-9466
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Maid to Order
By Bangkok Post Editorial