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by victoria may
Review: the Peace cafe is the kind of place you feel like hanging around in. the tables are arranged in the garden and include reclining and sofa chairs. The menu is huge, we went for lunch (though i would love to go for breakfast and try the pancakes or tofu scramble) and ate the vege amok (vegan!), lemongrass soup, and tried two of their salads - a bean salad with tahini dressing and a gado gado. All was delicious - especially the amok, if you are vegan travelling in cambodia be aware that traditional amok contains egg (not to mention shrimp), usually even vegetarian version, so it was nice to try a vegan version. They serve brown rice which is great. Definitely try the salads, it was so great to have a delicious beany/nutty salad rather than just tomato + cucumber. I am also kicking myself now because i have read on someone else's review that their cookies are vegan - I wish I had of tried one! definitley go here - they also have yoga + meditation everyday, as well as daily vegetarian cooking class over lunch! plus its not for profit. amazing.