Cafe Delish - Maid Cafe
Welcome home, master. Join the maids of Cafe Delish as they take you on a tour of the traditions that have made these cafés such a phenomenon in Japan. Relax after an exhausting day of panels, shopping, and running around by enjoying irresistible desserts and beverages at our afternoon tea service. All our guests will be invited to play a game of jankenpyon (rock paper scissors) against our maids with a special prize for the winner.
Tickets are $20 each for a 45 minute seating with all proceeds going to Sick Kids Hospital.
Each seating includes:
- A collectable memento for Cafe Delish 2013
- Beverage of your choice (tea, juice, pop)
- Assortment of decadent desserts (afternoon tea style)
- Unique Maid service / experience
- Interactive games (Jankenpyon)
- Complimentary photo set (with a maid) at the puriMeido booth in the TCC
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|Hours:||Saturday 11:30AM – 4:00PM (or until sold out)|
|Location:||Terrance Room of the DoubleTree Hotel|
|Seatings:||12:00PM, then on each hour, on the hour, until 5:00PM|
No Reservations. Please inform the ticket staff if you would like to be seated with friends, and of any food allergies prior to ticket purchase.
How will the tickets be sold?
Tickets will be sold on a first come first serve basis (as a real restaurant would do) just outside the Terrace Room in the DoubleTree hotel. One block of tickets will be sold at a time to ensure all customers get seated. Seating times will be posted at the ticket table outside the café.
What’s included in a seating?
Included in a seating are six things: A collectable memento for Cafe Delish 2013, a beverage of your choice, a beautifully garnished bite sized selection of desserts, interactive games hosted by the maids, a complimentary photo set (with a maid) at the puriMeido booth in the TCC, and an experience of a lifetime.
How can I be seated with my friends?
Each maid will have a certain number of spaces available at her table per seating. If you would like to be seated with your friends, please let the ticket sellers know when purchasing tickets. They will try their best to accommodate your wishes by seating you all at the same table (space and tickets permitting).
What does photo set at the puriMeido booth mean?
In the spirit of Japan’s famous purikura (print club) photo booths, Café Delish has created Canada’s, if not the world’s, first puriMeido (print maid) booth.
Your admission to Café Delish comes with a complimentary photo set. Make sure to stop by the booth in the Photo Alley of the TCC to redeem your ticket.
For more information see puriMeido Photo Booth (by Café Delish).