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Foodspots in October 2019

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Bonvivant Cocktail Bistro: Table from above
Bonvivant Cocktail Bistro: Table from above © Foto: Caitlin Collins

Berlin is a culinary hotspot. Whether it’s traditional cuisine, international specialities or top restaurants – the capital’s food scene is as delectable as it is varied. Every month, we go looking for the city’s most attractive, tastiest and most exceptional food spots for you.

Bonvivant Cocktail Bistro

Colourful cocktails with a dash of health are the speciality of Bonvivant. In fact, Bartender Yvonne Rahm has already won several awards for her creations, which she refines with spirulina or beetroot. Next to a variety of drinks, you can choose between ten small but high-quality vegetarian dishes. Each one of them is a real feast for the eyes thanks to the mulitcoloured ingredients. The interior composition of wood, green plants and some eye-catchers round off the play of colours. If you like to enjoy your meal together with your friends, then the Bonvivant in Schöneberg is the perfect food spot for you.

Where: Goltzstr. 32, Schöneberg
When: daily 6 pm – 1 am

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The more colorful the plate, the healthier the food. This is the motto of HERMANN'S Eaterie. The chefs like to experiment, they ferment, smoke, germinate and succeed in breathing fresh life into forgotten traditional dishes. Sugar and flour are out, but a rainbow of healthy, delicious ingredients is part of every dish. HERMANN'S Eatery draws inspiration from all over the world. Perfect for all those who want to fill up on vitamins and escape the November grey with culinary delights.

Where: Torstraße 116-118, Mitte
When: Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 3 pm

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Mädchen ohne Abitur

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The kitchen of Mädchen ohne Abitur shows how colourful Berlin cuisine can be. In addition to kale, boiled potatoes and Königbsberger Klopse, the menu also includes seasonal dishes such as dark red borscht or pumpkin burger with quinoapatty, green avocado fries or pomegranate mayonnaise. But even more colourful then the dishes are the names, such as farewell to Warikinow or the Tiger of Eschnapur. And where did the girl learn to cook such international delights without having passed her Abitur? This is the most colourful story of all, rich in images and with a wink, set in scene in the reddish ambience of the establishment..

Where: Körtestr. 5, Kreuzberg
When: Monday - Saturday from 6 pm, the kitchen is open until 10 pm

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Josefine Köhn-Haskins


ist in München aufgewachsen, hat dort studiert und bei der SZ volontiert. Bevor sie in Berlin Ihr Zuhause fand, berichtete sie als Korrespondentin und Trendscout aus den USA. Heute ist sie kreuz und quer in Berlins Kiezen unterwegs, beschäftigt sich mit Kultur, Musik und Zukunftsideen für ein innovatives Berlin. All posts