[dropcap letter=”M”]iao Cat Cafe has just opened their doors last month in 7 Congressional Avenue, Quezon City. In this cafe, the customers get to interact with many cats and cuddle them up. It’s things like these that bring variety and a new form of entertainment in Manila.
Though Cat Cafes and Maid Cafes are common in Japan, Japan never did stop coming up with creative cafes. Here are some cafes that we find interesting and we could probably bring over to the Philippines:
Though this hard-to-find restaurant may seem gimmicky at first, their food is quality and top-notch (and expensive). This restaurant is designed with mazes and hidden paths and the staff are “trained” ninjas who will not only serve you but entertain you as well with magic tricks and skills.
Ever wanted to know how it feels to be locked up and being subjected to experimentation? Then The Lock-Up is just for you. Located in Shibuya, The Lock-up is a prison-themed restaurant where you’re handcuffed and escorted to your cell. You will be locked up and will be served with food designed as experiments or chemicals.