Check out one of these destinations for all of your master-ly needs:
At @home café, it’s all about ‘moe’ or ultra-cute style! The master-mentality is the focus here; you’ll even receive a special “Majesty Card” for your first time coming to the café. To top it all off, you’ll get to enjoy a friendly “Welcome home, master!” upon your return, and then farewelled with, “When will you be back home?”
Food: It’s all pretty authentic to the maid café style, with their signature dish being a rice omelet topped with ketchup writing… (nobody said they came specifically for the food.)
Considered the pastel palace, the focus at Maidreamin is on maintaining a lively atmosphere (making it popular even among families and couples). True to its nickname, there’s a focus on all things colorful and funky, you even have to complete a small “ceremony” in order to place an order and enjoy time with the maids.
Food: You better believe every single dish & drink are decorated with cute and adorable patterns like bears or cats. Expect your drinks to be unusually colored, in a good way.
Be Warned: There’s an extremely strict list of rules on its website that may make you feel like you’re visiting a state penitentiary rather than a themed restaurant.
For true purists…
Head to Cure Maid Café. They offer the quintessential Victorian maid fantasy, but not in the sexualized sense. They’ve got a pretty venue (very green), classical music and respectfully distant maid service. The food is good, too.
Whatever you do, DON’T go to Pinafore. It smells like cat pee.