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Mellqvist Kaffebar

4.5 • 6 reviews
Mellqvist Kaffebar

Mellqvist Kaffebar is a café on Rörstrandsgatan 4, Vasastan in Stockholm.

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Finns det något bättre än frukost? Nej det gör det inte om man går till Mellqvist. Personalen är så hjälpsam och löser så alla sina gäster får sittplats, så man slipper gå och irritera sig över det. Utanför ingå... Show full »

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Great coffee bar that still hold high level. Nice staff and great coffee. They started as a small hole in the wall but now it has become larger and in the summer they have a large outdoor terrace when rörstrandsgatan becomes pedestrian street.

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Really nice café with good, simple food and obviously very good coffee.

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A favorite cafe for one of the city's best coffee and hang. Wonderful to sit on this tight coffee right on rörstrandsgatan and look at all the people passing by. The ago is partnering with Valhallabageriet and has both buns and bread from there elevates the experience significantly! Nice p... Show full »

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Wonderful café located in the pulse of Vasastan. It's always full of people but not in an annoying way, but on a nice warm way. The coffee is super good, the staff is nice and they have good sandwiches and coffee.
In spring/summer, it's nice to sit on their outdoor seating and... Show full »

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Great cafe, but serious hygiene problems and should be reported. Disgusting to see the staff use their fingers to pick up cakes and give to customers as well as watching the guy, who prepares the sandwiches, with hairy arms and hands and not using gloves to move the sandwiches around. I used to freq... Show full »