MAIDO is an izakaya (sake pub) style restaurant. Our portions are smaller and our prices are lower so that you can try a few dishes at once and share with your family and friends.
The word “maido” (pronounced “my-dough”) is business slang from Osaka, Japan. The literal meaning is “every time”, but it’s often used as a greeting by businessmen. The actual meaning is more like “good morning”, “what’s up”, or “I look forward to doing business with you again”.
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