Seneca Anticafe  

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"Ceci n'est pas un café". You might be familiar with the Anti-café concept. Seneca offers all-you-can-eat fruits and biscuits, with unlimited tea of all sorts. You don't pay for what you consume, but for the time you spend there (a fair price of 8 RON per hour). The place does not server coffee (sacrebleu!) but only tea and natural lemonades. Filled with books, Seneca is this hybrid between non-café, library and co-working space. Actually, after a bit of flirting with the place, you can go to second base by subscribing to a monthly plan. Pretty quiet and relax, it gets even more quiet in the "quiet-room", made fore the ones who really need to focus without any of the slightest disturbance. May it be to read, meet a friend or work, Seneca is definitely a cozy place with a generous soul.

Gabriel M.

Strada Arhitect Ion Mincu 1, București, Romania

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