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“Alot of food for $11. Salad, pasta, soup and desserts!”
Review of Sweet Tomatoes

Sweet Tomatoes
Ranked #36 of 735 Restaurants in Aurora
Price range: US$6 - US$9
Cuisines: American
Description: Sweet Tomatoes features made-from-scratch soups and salads and handcrafted muffins, Focaccia, breads, and desserts. The menu is built around freshly made, great-tasting, wholesome recipes with a 55-foot salad bar full of fresh, seasonal vegetables and tossed salads prepared exhibition-style every 20 minutes. Sweet Tomatoes provides its guests with an excellent value by offering unlimited access to its entire menu of high quality fresh items at a fixed price.
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Description: Sweet Tomatoes features made-from-scratch soups and salads and handcrafted muffins, Focaccia, breads, and desserts. The menu is built around freshly made, great-tasting, wholesome recipes with a 55-foot salad bar full of fresh, seasonal vegetables and tossed salads prepared exhibition-style every 20 minutes. Sweet Tomatoes provides its guests with an excellent value by offering unlimited access to its entire menu of high quality fresh items at a fixed price.
Reviewed 8 July 2013

Great salad bar. Good soup choices and good pasta. Everything to feed a hungry man. Only drawback was the charge for a to go drink cup. I think I earned that.
Nice and clean and great service!

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Reviewed 22 May 2013

Whenever I have time to meet friends in and near Aurora, we usually go to Sweet Tomatoes on Evans Avenue right at the I-225 interchange with Illiff Avenue. It is a very well-laid out restaurant. When you first come in there is a well-stocked salad bar where you can get most anything. After paying you can go and find a seat either at a table or a comfy booth and then go and get your drink filled and get additional type of food to go with your salad. They have almost everything else that you'd want to go along with your salad. Several different soups, mac and cheese, pastas, carved roast beef, pizza, and then they have desserts as well. For only about $10 you can get quite a lot for your meal. This location is right off of I225 just east of Denver. So it is very convenient for me and my friends.

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Reviewed 13 May 2013

Normally they do not accept groups, but they made an exception for the group. Very Accomodating for our group of 50+ and the service was top notch. We will plan another event here.

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Reviewed 2 March 2013 via mobile

A good inexpensive lunch. Souplantation runs this chain. All fresh ingredients and tasty. They also have a large variety of soups. Desserts were just OK.

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Reviewed 9 February 2013

I am always cautious of buffet places because they tend to have pretty low quality food or limited selections (after all that is the only way they can make a profit). However, I was a bit surprised by the decent variety of items in the salad buffet, including some pre-made salads or a build-your-own option that included uncommon buffet items like beets, broccoli salad, and quite a few dressings to choose from. The soup selections didn't have any outrageous choices, just a good mix of the staple soups (broccoli cheese, potato, chili, etc.). The bakery area had a few different types of bread / rolls, and some baked cheese-pizza like breads. The option of getting a to-go meal was decent, but I opted to dine in. Seating was a bit limited given the popularity of the place, but table turnover seemed pretty rapid. I came in, got my salad and broccoli soup, ate, had a small bowl of frozen yogurt, and was out of there in less than 20 minutes. For 13 bucks, it is pretty difficult to beat the above average salad, good soup, and variety of options.

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