Does this excellent Bosnian restaurant exist Fridhemsplan, serving a great Buker, to which Monica Figuerola invites Mikael Blomkvist for dinner?
Are Café Eden, where Lisbeth Salander stops for a quick lunch before going to Ikea, and Kafé Blombergs where Lisbeth sees the giant blond and Magge Ludin together, real places Götgatan?
Does the gym Sankt Eriksplan, which trains the Inspector Monica Figuerola, exist?
Is the Lillasyster coffee house in Liljeholmsbron, where Mikael Blomkvist and the inspector Jan Bublanski meet, real? And Cafe Madeleine, near Birger Jarlsgatan, where the journalist and Sonja Modig secretly meet to exchange confidential information, does it exist?
Do you know the name of the tavern located in Hornsgatan where Mikael Blomkvist orders grilled lamb or is it a restaurant invented by the author?
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