I am one of those people who love to carry their coffee around. It is not just an energizer, it also gives me a certain sense of comfort. Another thing I really love in terms of coffee is buying it from small independent shops like this one.
T-Zero has a good industrial design, has no tables, but kind of invites you to sit by the window and have a small conversation with probably one of the nicest baristas in town. Since it is situated on one of the numerous small streets with historical buildings in the Rosetti-Moșilor area, it also kind of invites you to continue your walk for a series of other valuable discoveries.
Bucharest city center can definitely be enjoyed better on foot and it actually offers you the chance for quite a long urban adventure, especially because of all the small and surprising elements that contribute to its unique imperfection. This is also the main reason why it’s particularly good for street photography.
So, if this is exactly what you are up to, why not start your very special tour at T-Zero, with a cup of authentic specialty coffee?