Translated to English, [superkaffeforsyningen] means “the super coffee infusion”, which is a quite accurate translation when keeping in mind what the small café serves. They offer good coffee, as well as other small snacks and drinks. The first time I was there was with the Film Critic Guy. It was freezing outside and I put my cold hands around a glass filled with hot blackcurrant juice. I don’t know if that particular juice have ever tasted so good before.

Since my first cold/hot-visit, I’ve had coffee at [superkaffeforsyningen] several times. It’s perfect for catching up with a friend, as long as you don’t plan to talk about too private stuff. Because I definitely mean what I say, when I’m telling you that this is one tiny café. Tiny in that way, that you can overhear any conversation in the whole café, if that’s what you want. However, when that’s said, don’t stay away because of that. This is a sweet place, with great coffee and a relaxed atmosphere.

In the summer, [superkaffeforsyningen] has several benches and tables outside, and even if Nørrebrogade (a street with some heavy traffic) is just a few houses away, I never really notice. Møllegade (the street where the café is situated) is sweet enough to make you forget about the traffic.

[superkaffeforsyningen], Møllegade 3, Nørrebro

Bus 5A to stop Elmegade (150 meters)

25-35 DKK for different coffees

Linn Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food photography. She also writes the Danish food blog Frk. Kræsen.