I'd like to fall into line with my predecessors reviewers:
Cozy place, nice atmosphere, knowledgeable staff, valuable food on the pro-side and plastic plates + cutlery on the contra-side.
I haven't tried the widely recommended burger though (it was imminent closing time and therefore sold out, I guess), but next time for sure.
And, yes, there is not very much choice in the late evening and what is left is more lukewarm than hot. Normally I would say: that's how it is and wouldn't complain about that, but it wasn't imminent closing time but 5 pm. On the other hand, maybe they don't have much costumers in the evening, I don't know. My point of view is that if they would have enough potential costumers, there would be more fresher dishes to choose; but if that is not the case, on the other hand, this management should be supported anyway, because it is only reasonable and responsible and therefore worthy of support, even if the food is slightly worse. Better than to support those companies that have to have fresh food just until closing only to throw it away after that.
In addition there is to say that Peas and Love has a book-swap-bookshelf and space for flyers.
What I slightly disliked was this a bit kinda sick-looking green the bar is colored in. But that's a matter of taste.
But why exactly they are not allowed to use metal/ceramic tableware?
Updated from previous review on Friday October 17, 2014
Cons: plastic, color