3.S2 Maidreamin Cafe
Have you been to a maid cafe in Japan? If you have not, there is one S2 Maidreamin Cafe in MBK Center. They called it Maidreamin Cafe rather than S2 Maidreamin Cafe and this is one of the largest maid cafes in Japan.
Coincidently we went to the S2 Maidreamin Cafe in Akihabara Tokyo last year. Thus, we can identify the difference between the maid cafe from Bangkok and Tokyo. The concept of maid cafe is you will be the master and you will get a ‘maid’. There is no hanky panky so you can only interact with the ‘maid’ and touching. The maid will talk to you, cheer you up with cute gestures, play some games together and take picture with you (you will be charged for that).
Photography is allowed but strictly with permission as you will be charged per picture except you order the set menu or pay a small value. The entrance fee in Bangkok is cheaper than Tokyo. Thus, the girls in Bangkok of course are Thais but they will speak Japanese or English to talk to you.
The food is mediocre but the experience is worth it. At least once in your lifetime. If you never been to a maid cafe before, this is the place you should visit without breaking a bank.
S2 Maidreamin (Branch MBK)
444 Mbk Center (7 Fl., #A3-A4)
Phayathai Rd, Wangmai, Pathumwan Bangkok 10330
Open: 10:30 – 22:00 น. (Last order 21:30)
Tel & Fax: 02-003-1616