I visited Peacefood Cafe with a group of non-vegan friends and we were all pretty impressed with the food. The special of the day was a watermelon gazpacho, which was cool and refreshing without being overly sweet. I ordered the Roasted Japanese Pumpkin Sandwich for my entree, which had a delicious flavor - the sweet pumpkin and salty vegan goat cheese complimented one another perfectly - but the filling also contained ground walnuts, which made the texture a little strange.
My friends and I agreed that the highlight of our dining experience was the selection of drinks at Peacefood Cafe. We couldn't decide between the Bombay Delight (a combination of coconut, banana, dates, cardamom, nut-milk and agave nectar), the Summer Cooler (watermelon juice, mint, agave nectar and ice) and the vegan Mango Lassi, so we decided to order all 3. The prices for these drinks was quite high ($7-$8 each) but we rationalized ordering them by deciding not to go out to a bar afterwards (truth be told, these drinks were probably a lot more exciting than anything that we would have found at a bar).
Unfortunately, the desserts didn't quite measure up to our hopes. We might have just had bad luck on the night that we visited, but all of the desserts in the case appeared to be raw and the crusts on the raw dessert were a strange combination of nuts and seeds. I ended up ordering the Key Lime Pie, which was decent once I learned to eat around the crust, but it definitely wasn't the best vegan key lime pie that I've tasted.