Early Wednesday morning two Malmö residents, still unknown to the public, put up what was going to be the talk of the town in the south Swedish town Malmo on the street Bergsgatan well known for its nightlife and clubs.
The creators, who call themselves AnonyMouse, put up a little miniature nut shop called Noix de Vie and an Italian restaurant called Il Topolino, which is Italian for Mickey Mouse.
The local newspaper Sydsvenskan reported about it on Thursday morning and the news spread fast through social media. The last few days international media such as American Huffington Post, British BBC, German Focus and lots of others have reported about the small mouse restaurant.
And in Malmö people have added things to the miniature artwork such as cheeses, posters and different kinds of animals.
But on Sunday evening it all came to an end. Suddenly the restaurant and the nut shop was gone.
– It happened an hour ago. We were making a delivery and when we came back it was gone, says Hashim Yasini who works at the kebab restaurant next door.
He tells Sydsvenskan that the mouse restaurant was almost disappeared already on Saturday.
– They tried to steal it then, but we stopped them, says Hashim Yasini.
Sydsvenskan have asked the creators AnonyMouse through email if they are involved in the removal and we received the answer "Don't give up. The mice will be working all night."
And that was what happened. Early Monday morning the restaurant was back in place. AnonyMouse wrote on their Instagram that they had renovated the place during the night.
"The grand opening of Il Topolino was met with a slightly larger interest than anticipated. Its been good fun by also resulted in a bit of a wear on the inventory, so this afternoon we were forced to shut down temporarily (there might have been an incident with a chef and some loose wiring). Anyways, we're back again, just in time for breakfast!", AnonyMouse wrote.