This place opened in Bucharest at the end of 2014 and has some major differences from most places.
They claim it is “a place to discover and enjoy the new and exciting specialty coffee movement”. But I’m not a coffee lover so what was left for me?
It is obviously non-smoking and I love it. In Romania, from March 16th 2016, smoking is no longer allowed indoors.
At M60 things are a little different; you go to the bar, order food and drinks, pay for it and then someone brings it to your table. I like their system very much, it seems more practical and less people are involved in service. Another unique fact is that they don’t have a set food menu and every day there is something else, always fresh.
I just paid a visit and had fish with mashed peas on the side and it was very good. The portion was fair for my taste and the price was 25 lei.
They chose Scandinavian design and this made me feel cosy even if it is minimal and geometrical. Maybe because it is also functional…I recommend M60 for the good quality which can be found in everything, from food and drinks to design and music. Don’t forget that you can book a table via email for a minimum of eight people.
And last “M60 is also a place for working and socializing, especially designed for creative workers, full-time travelers and urban dwellers.”