Cary >Food & Dining > Sweet Tomatoes
2310 Walnut St, Cary, NC | Directions 2751135.753378 -78.742126
what happen to this place .It was really good about six months ago. the chicken soup had very very little chicken in it. no cucummbers. yogurt ewww nasty , i would say their needs to be inprovement bad
Great value and quality. (but Phone # listed wrong: should be 851-4333!) – There's no way I could enjoy all of this food (which is apparently made from scratch everyday) for that cost. The soups are the best in town (8 of them!). I wish they had more dessert selections, but the cobbler they had was really good. Place was clean and people were friendly. I'm going again.
Nasty Buffet – The last time I went to Sweet Tomatoe's, I watched the salad bar attendents wipe the counters and the food with filthy rags. I tried to ask them not to stick the filthy rags all over the salad bar items. The 2 women I talked to acted like they could not understand english. Disgusting. I wont be back.
Great food – Yum best sums up how I feel about this restaurant. I love the fact that they rotate the soups and have different items on the menu every month. The Joan's Broccoli Madness is awesome and highly recommended! The price is a bit steep, but the food is great!
Great buffet! – I discovered this place while visiting family in Cary. What a great family restaurant! Good value for the money, great selection for even the pickiest eater and something for everyone. It was nice to have an evening out with family (both old and young) and everyone loved it. Have recommended it to my friends who have just relocated there. Can't wait to go back!
Good variety – This is a great place to eat if you're looking for some healthy alternatives to normal eating out. Plus, the pre-made salads at the beginning are yummy! There is more than enough here to satisfy everyone, although it's starting to get a little pricey, even with a coupon.
Good Buffet – For a buffet restaurant, it's wonderful. It has great variety, is clean, and the service is terrific. Vegetarian/non-vegetarian/low-fat signs are on most dishes. I wish they had more variety, though, in that there's plenty of vegetables but I'd like to see smoked tofu or other modern food variations. In general, there's nothing unique that I can't find in a food store. If I'm out with friends and we can't decide where to eat, though, Sweet Tomatoes seems to satisfy everyone...
Finally something different – We arrive and start making our salads (kind of like a buffet) and there is every choice imaginable for your salad. Then pay and some showed us to our table. Then we went to get pasta, soup, check out the bakery. It's fast, easy, and you can get much as you want. The food was great, salad was fresh, and I just couldn't get enough of the pasta. Didn't have time to try the desert but def. will next time. This is a great restaurant to go to if you are in a time crunch but don't want fast food.
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