Thursday, February 14, 2008

Maid Cafe? In Malaysia?!

OMG, RLY? 何、ほんと?


When I checked on my usual forum, I was surprise to see a maid cafe called Kissa Koyotei open in Penang (I'm from Penang, okay?) instead of KL. Nonetheless, I don't have a chance yet to go there yet since I live across the sea.

According to Shin on his own blog, it seems like this cafe still needs a lot of improvement. For me, I think so too. But from the looks of the signboard looks very nice compare with the one you can see on Japan.


From the pictures, it seems that they had make a good job on the cafe setting. As they were saying that the food is very pricy and most importantly there's no maid serving feeling!

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Speaking of which, they had English songs playing in the background, which really detracted from the overall atmosphere.
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So here is some Shin had taken down:

Normal-ko

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Shin says
: The one who took my order. Funnily enough, when I asked to take her picture, she asked if it was for a school project(do I look underaged?) to which I replied “Nah, I’m just a blogger.” Also, it was fun seeing her reaction when I told her about how her costume resembles that of a maid, as she gave me a puzzled look. Just like silly girl blogger, she does not know the origin of her attire, which is most unfortunate, as she will not be able to personify the characteristics of an authentic maid to the fullest :( Taking into consideration initial impressions and if this was anime, I’d say she fits the normal girl archetype(Yes, they do exist! Just watch Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei)

Hoshi says:
Futsuu wwwwwww. Yappari futsuu~

Tsundere-ko

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Shin says:
Curly hair. Slanted eyes. Tsundere.

Hoshi says:
Tsundere da.

There is supposed to be a megane-ko maid, but I guess she took the day off.

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I wish for the best that this cafe would be the first one to become an actual maid cafe instead of just a normal Japanese restaurant. I hope the next time when I go back to my hometown, things won't go as bad as Shin said. Haha.

Alrighty, that's all for now. Can't help it, but can I hear, “OKAERINASAI, GOSHUJIN-SAMA” when I enter the cafe? Thanks to Shin for the pictures and see you!

6 comments:

mei yi said...

i think it's expensive!!
can we ask them to sweep the floor and stuff like that (like how we ask the indo maids to do stuff?)

SWATwolf said...

Haha, I wonder!
I cant wait to go back and go to the restaurant and see it for myself!
But I heard they use the maid as gimmick only. :(

Zbo said...

wow a maid cafe in Malaysia!? very surprising. lol
But the maid costume does not suit my taste sadly
p.s. nice blog you have here

Donny T said...

i wana do the moe pose when i go there this weekend ...mwahahaha...

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