Cure Maid CafeCurrently Closed
- Address: Japan, 〒101-0021 Tokyo, Chiyoda, Sotokanda, 3 Chome−15−5, ジーストア・アキバ
- Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +81-332583161
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Cafe, Family And Kids
Cure Maid Cafe - Review
The Cure Maid Cafe is a unique cosplay themed cafeteria, operating since 2001. The daily weekday lunches are served from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, while on Saturday you can enjoy live performances from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM while having dinner. The performers are dressed in traditional uniforms and play numerous instruments like harp, flute, and violin. For lunch at Cure Maid Cafe, you can try Omurice, Champion Katsukaray, Hamburger steak curry, pasta with raw ham, 5 sausage assorted, Homemade pickles, Kimagure waffle, Plain scone, fruit juices, tea and coffee varieties, beer, and plum wine. Your dinner specialties can be Talcut Bowl, Champion Katsukaray, Spaghetti Carioslo, Schnitzel, Tequila, Gin, Vodka, Rum, beer, and ice cream.
How To reach Cure Maid Cafe by Public Transport
- Subway service Ginza Line to stop -Suehirocho Station
Things to Know Before Visiting Cure Maid Cafe
5.69% of people who visit Chiyoda include Cure Maid Cafe in their plan
95% of people start their Cure Maid Cafe visit around 6 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cure Maid Cafe
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cure Maid Cafe
People normally also visit Kabukicho while planning their trip to Cure Maid Cafe.
Cure Maid Cafe Map
Cure Maid Cafe, Chiyoda Reviews
A maid Cafe that is not like the irritating pink/cute MaidDreamin chain. Here maids are classy (Victorian style), at 7:30 they play flute and harp (additional 300 Yens charge though). It's more like a traditional Cafe but with maid atmosphere. Sometimes there are anime collaboration that can alter the atmosphere though.
Difficult to find and access somewhat but still calm and cozy atmosphere. Good place for a rainy day. Closes early on Sunday. No photos are allowed. Maids are generally kind and skilled at pouring tea.
Interesting experience. Not what we are expecting. People are dress up and that is about it. A little disapointing to our taste. But if you are into maid form the 1600. This is the place for you. There is also some entartainement are different times and days but it is not clear when it is from the ads on the door. Note: if you are looking to go there the elevator is all the way in the back. It can be difficult to see. Or you can go for the 4 filghts of stair.
Hidden deep on the 6th floor, accessible by stairs/elevator behind a gacha store, it had a quiet and soothing ambience to it despite being in the heart of akiba. As another reviewer described, the maids here wore conservative dresses instead of ones you'd see on the street: strictly black/white pieces and long skirts. There are also no (as far as I can tell) fan service on the menu, which is quite fitting for the atmosphere. The food here is nothing spectacular, though well priced despite the shop being what it is. The maid server was not able to speak English, and the menu had no translations either. If illiterate, look for labels with おすすめ (aka, recommended) around the menu and you'll do fine. Of course, pictures of maids not allowed.
Nothing fancy or interesting about this restaurant. This is just a restaurant with waitress dressed as maids. Food is mostly sold out, and mainly western food! Do not come here if you want an unique experience.