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A café as sweet as a cupcake, whose walls also pay homage to cult films from the golden age of Hollywood and their femmes fatales, those ageless sex symbols. The décor is kitsch and colourful, but done with good humour: baby blue walls, bright pink neon lights, pop art paintings, princess armchairs and portraits of imaginary clients like Audrey Hepburn, Ursula Andress, Brigitte Bardot and… Snow White? A real little girl’s fantasy, Bonnie also manages to attract the male of the species. The clientele are young, arty and trendy, and come for the evenings of electro, rock, pop or hip-hop. But it’s the original cocktails which make the reputation of Bonnie, like the Bonnie and Clyde – a mixture of champagne, vodka, cranberry, strawberry and sugar, blended with ice – or the Petit Prince, made with vodka, rum, rosewater and banana. A change of scene for your taste buds that’s worth the detour.