Hello Kitty House is an official Sanrio café located in Bangkok’s Siam Square. It features all things kitty from the big pink kitty chairs, Hello Kitty songs on the sound system, videos on the TV’s, and kitty shaped and decorated food and murals. The 3-story store contains a café serving snacks, cakes, pastries, desserts, Ice cream, teas, coffee and soda’s, all with a kitty twist.
The prices are reasonable, snacks/mains from 99-290 baht, desserts 95-240 baht, and beverages 70-160 baht. There are also set menus. There is a souvenir shop selling a wide range of merchandise from clothing and accessories through to basketballs. There is also a salon where you can get your fingernails painted with a kitty design. Loads of photo ops. Heaven for Kitty fans!
Location: Ground Floor, Siam Square One Mall (Siam Square side), Rama 1 Road, Bangkok.
Opening Hours: 10.00-22.00
Getting There: BTS Siam Station (exit 2, 4, or 6).
Maidreamin is a Japanese style maid café in the MBK Mall in central Bangkok. The emphasis is on entertainment rather than the food. The entertainment is provided by cute female hostesses/waitresses dressed in maid uniforms. On arriving you’re be issued a pair of bunny ears to wear and some soft toys to keep you company and pose with you for photos.
The menu contains a variety of snack style Japanese, Thai and Western dishes as well as desserts and soft drinks. Prices are reasonable, beverages 60-150 baht, non-alcoholic cocktails 159-220 baht and snacks/mains 200-300 baht. Before eating your waitress will lead you in casting a spell on your food and there are various games to keep you entertained. Good fun and great for kids.
Location: 7th Floor, MBK Mall, Rama 1 Road, Bangkok.
Opening Hours: 11.00-22.00 daily.
Getting There: BTS National Stadium (exit 4).
Caturday is a Japanese style cat café where you can sip your latte or cappuccino in the company of a posse of cute, adorable felines. The café is nicely decorated with lots of cat-friendly features such as elevated walkways and secluded sleeping places. There are at least 20 cats of various breeds including a few unusual looking ones.
There is no admission fee but you must order food and or drinks and there is a maximum staying time of 2 hours. All visitors must abide by the rules which are – leaving your shoes outside, no holding or picking up the cats, no disturbing sleeping cats, no rough play, no feeding the cats with human food.
There is a selection of cakes, bakery items, desserts, hot and cold snacks, and drinks. Cat treats are available and you can feed them to the cats yourself. This is a good way of attracting the attention of the cats. There is also a souvenir shop.
Caturday can be busy on weekends and after school hours as the café is popular with older children. Try to go on a weekday in the morning. Caturday is conveniently located next to Ratchathewi BTS station.
Location: CoCo Walk Plaza, 115 Phaya Thai Road, Bangkok.
District: Ratchaprasong/Phaya Thai
Opening Hours: 12.00-21.00 Tuesday-Friday, 11.00-21.00 Saturday-Sunday. Closed on Monday.
Getting There: BTS Ratchathewi Station (exit 2).
House of Paws is a Dog Lovers Cafe in the central shopping district of Ratchaprasong. There are about 10 different breeds of dog which customers can touch, play and interact with.
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