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Review: Peppertree is my happy place where I go when I'm sad and in need of some comfort food. I always start off with a big plate of raw veggies and fruit, some veg sushi rolls with ginger, a spring roll, and a small cup of miso soup. I make sure not to pass up the peanut sauce tofu slices with cilantro. That dish is like candy to me. Then I grab another plate and go in for the hot comfort food. The eggplant dish and spinach ravioli dish and the veg meat and pineapple dish take priority on my plate on top of whatever new green dish they have prepared (usually with bok choy or chinese cabbage). They often experiment and have new dishes to try every time I go. I make sure to experience them all. Recently they did a dish with squash that I couldn't stop eating! I rarely ever have room for dessert, but every now and then I will snag a sesame bean ball, or I'll grab a small cup of their other soup - hot and sour, or I'll grab whatever new sushi they just put out on the table. If you are concerned about price, you get the best deal on the buffet, although people with over-eating tendencies when presented with a glorious veg buffet (guilty) should pace themselves and drink lots of water a few hours before to get the metabolism working strong and offset the sodium intake that comes with the territory of eating comfort food.