VM ordered her standard black coffee. For some inexplicable reason, at Peacefood they have a no refill policy on coffee. Even thought it's extraordinarily chintzy, they do state it right on the menu, so there's nothing you can do about it. Worse, though, is the fact that they've taken to serving it not in their generous, bulbous mugs, but instead in a proportionately miniature mug. Tacky, Peacefood.
Since I'm not a fan of their Brazil nut chai, I decided to splurge and get the mocha breakfast smoothie: banana, cocoa, espresso, soy milk, agave. Sounded delicious, but what a disappointment! Forget smoothie, this should have been called warm mocha banana water. What kind of a smoothie- with a banana in it, no less- is watery and warm? Not amused, Peacefood.
Thankfully, the rasberry crumb bar was fantastic. Instead of straight crumbs, this was filled with all kinds of crunchy nuts (and crumbs) to complement the just-sweet-enough raspberry filling. Two thumbs up, Peacefood.
|It was so good I forgot to take a pic until there was only a small piece left.|
|after spending one night in the fridge|
In the place of the mushified cookie sandwiches we wound up eating the magic cookies, which were not as good as last time we'd had them, and the chocolate covered macaroons, which were thankfully as good as ever.
|You'll notice someone snagging the last bite of raspberry crumb in the back!|