Peacefood Cafe: a second chance works like a charm, sometimes.

Asian Green Salad

Asian Green Salad

When Peacefood Cafe first opened at University Pl and E 11th Street, I went in. Everything was white, clean looking, a bit like a college cafeteria. Since it was newly opened, all the waiters were very attentive and eager to please. The menu looked interesting and yummy, too. I was excited and happy about this new addition to the vegan community. But when the food came, although they all looked nice and tasty, it was not. They were all very plain. Steamed vegetables plain even roasted vegetables. And my seasonal roasted vegetables were under cooked and tasted like steamed vegetables with no seasoning. There was an exception, chickpea fries. We ordered it because our waiter told us we must. I thought they were little bit too much seasonings, but still interesting and good.

A friend of mine, another vegan food lover, eats here quite often. She said their baked goods are good, too. So, I thought I meant to give it a try one more time. This time, I ordered right. I wanted a Big nice interesting salad. This Asian Green fit the bill. Towards the end, I started feeling it was bit too salty because the greens were dressed and the tempeh was marinated in soy sauce. None the less, I was happy with this Big nice interesting salad and a few sticks of chickpea fries.

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