Fun and delicious vegetarian restaurant with an innovative cocktail bar. Recent vegetarian addition to Berlin’s Michelin guide occupies a beautiful pre-war corner space in Schöneberg, not exactly known for its culinary offerings. The restaurant has a large cocktail bar that occupies at least a third of the space. It also serves as a dining space for couples. Groups of four and upwards are seated in tables. The bar seats were great, offering views of the kitchen in the back and the creative bar itself. The food is simply stunning. And very tasty. I was recommended this restaurant for years by friends, but somehow I’ve managed to miss it. Now I’m kicking myself, as it is guaranteed to be packed for years to come. As it should be.Presentation of the food is as beautiful as it is impeccable. The main menu is lacto-ovo vegetarian, but vegan option is available. The ingredients are fresh, seasonal and of high-quality. There are two menu options: A five-course and a six-course one. For the quality of food, the prices are agreeable. Service is unfussy, personal and informative. The young staff is very friendly and fun. We loved the experience. The feel of a cocktail-bar makes Bonvivant a truly unique. As does pairing of the dishes with cocktails (instead of wines, wines are available. All german but the champagne). Non-alcoholic option is available. Apparently, the Michelin star came as a complete surprise to the owners and staff. Based on my experience of the food, service and cocktails, it is hardly surprising. The fact that such an informal and (positively) quirky restaurant got a star is a positive sign of sometimes stuffy Michelin -reviewers’ changing taste. Highly, highly recommended!