Sweet Tomatoes

★★★★★
  • 13011 SE 84TH Ave

    Clackamas, OR 97015

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  • 503-794-2921

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Mon. - Thu. 11am - 9pm;Fri. - Sat. 11am - 10pm;Sun. 9am - 9pm

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I always have to loosen my belt after going here. It's more expensive than most buffets but if you are able to eat a full meal totally worth it.

They have some delicous soups and bread and great salad bar too. All the ingrediants are fresh and meals well made. One of my favorite places around.

2
★★★★★

I always have to loosen my belt after going here. It's more expensive than most buffets but if you are able to eat a full meal totally worth it.

They have some delicous soups and bread and great salad bar too. All the ingrediants are fresh and meals well made. One of my favorite places around.

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I love Sweet Tomatoes in Clackamas. Great location, close to the mall. Their food is always very good, and, since it??s a buffet restaurant, you can always eat as much as your belly can hold!

Their salads are wonderful, with many different choices to pile onto your plate. The employees work very hard, and are always very gracious & helpful to accommodate all customers?? needs.

If you have a child or a disability, or just need a little extra help with food or table selection, they are right there to help you, and always with a smile.

The food is delicious: Salads to start, then drink selection. Then, they have many types of yummy-smelling soups, potatoes, breads & muffins, pizza slices, and pastas. If you have room for more, there are some fruits, cottage cheese, and tapioca. And if you have room for dessert, they have that, too.

A wonderful place to eat. Check your local paper for coupons, too! Highly recommended!

5
★★★★★

I love Sweet Tomatoes in Clackamas. Great location, close to the mall. Their food is always very good, and, since it??s a buffet restaurant, you can always eat as much as your belly can hold!

Their salads are wonderful, with many different choices to pile onto your plate. The employees work very hard, and are always very gracious & helpful to accommodate all customers?? needs.

If you have a child or a disability, or just need a little extra help with food or table selection, they are right there to help you, and always with a smile.

The food is delicious: Salads to start, then drink selection. Then, they have many types of yummy-smelling soups, potatoes, breads & muffins, pizza slices, and pastas. If you have room for more, there are some fruits, cottage cheese, and tapioca. And if you have room for dessert, they have that, too.

A wonderful place to eat. Check your local paper for coupons, too! Highly recommended!

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The pros are that there are ton's of choices in salads, soups, entrees and desserts. The con's are that the lines are sometimes way too long and really is cafeteria style,

3
★★★☆☆

The pros are that there are ton's of choices in salads, soups, entrees and desserts. The con's are that the lines are sometimes way too long and really is cafeteria style,

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When I was a kid, my father would take me to an all-you-can-eat buffet back in Maryland. It was cheap, your standard steak and potatoes sort of joint. At some point, I turned and felt that such places represented the lowest of the low--the food as much as the patrons. Mention "buffet" to me, and if that word isn't preceded by "Indian," then I want nothing to do with it.

So, maybe I wasn't really paying attention when my girlfriend asked if I wanted to go to--what I thought I heard was:---"salad bar." I replied, "Whatever, yeah sure."

We were out in the Crackassmas, er, Clackamas, area and in we go to this place called Sweet Tomatos. Sure enough, the very long salad bar is the first (and to me, only) thing you see. Thinking that's it to the place, I proceed to pile upon my plate the biggest, most schizophrenic salad I've ever had--after all, the price was set. We pay, find a seat, and I devour my salad to the point of "OK, I had more than enough about ten bites ago," when she says, "You ready for the main course?" "Huh?" I had just gorged myself on a salad that would probably have cost $40 bucks at Whole Foods. "There's more??????"

And indeed there was more. Pastas, soups, potatoes with a salsa bar, CHEESE STICKS which amount to nothing less than PIZZA! And more! "I thought you said this was a salad bar???" Needless to say, by the time we left, my stomach was about four inches further out from my waistband.

So, that was my first experience at a Sweet Tomatoes. We have returned three times since, and although I learned some restraint, I've never left less than "Oh man, I ate too much again."

Sweet Tomatoes is a fine place, nothing like the "buffet" I had as a child, and which I suspect it is nothing like this "Home Town Buffet" I hear about. The food here is quite good (their health code inspections appear to be tops too). It's not fine dining, but sometimes good things come in the packages we'd least expect.

2
★★★★★

When I was a kid, my father would take me to an all-you-can-eat buffet back in Maryland. It was cheap, your standard steak and potatoes sort of joint. At some point, I turned and felt that such places represented the lowest of the low--the food as much as the patrons. Mention "buffet" to me, and if that word isn't preceded by "Indian," then I want nothing to do with it.

So, maybe I wasn't really paying attention when my girlfriend asked if I wanted to go to--what I thought I heard was:---"salad bar." I replied, "Whatever, yeah sure."

We were out in the Crackassmas, er, Clackamas, area and in we go to this place called Sweet Tomatos. Sure enough, the very long salad bar is the first (and to me, only) thing you see. Thinking that's it to the place, I proceed to pile upon my plate the biggest, most schizophrenic salad I've ever had--after all, the price was set. We pay, find a seat, and I devour my salad to the point of "OK, I had more than enough about ten bites ago," when she says, "You ready for the main course?" "Huh?" I had just gorged myself on a salad that would probably have cost $40 bucks at Whole Foods. "There's more??????"

And indeed there was more. Pastas, soups, potatoes with a salsa bar, CHEESE STICKS which amount to nothing less than PIZZA! And more! "I thought you said this was a salad bar???" Needless to say, by the time we left, my stomach was about four inches further out from my waistband.

So, that was my first experience at a Sweet Tomatoes. We have returned three times since, and although I learned some restraint, I've never left less than "Oh man, I ate too much again."

Sweet Tomatoes is a fine place, nothing like the "buffet" I had as a child, and which I suspect it is nothing like this "Home Town Buffet" I hear about. The food here is quite good (their health code inspections appear to be tops too). It's not fine dining, but sometimes good things come in the packages we'd least expect.

Pros: Great food for the price, and unlimited plates at that! The cheese-bread will be my downfall.

Cons: Overeating is a given. It's a good thing we don't live closer.

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If you ever get up from your dining room table to get something out of the kitchen, that is what it feels like, eating at Sweet Tomato. Easy & yummy!

PROS: Everything's always fresh
CONS: Go early to avoid the rush

4
★★★★☆

If you ever get up from your dining room table to get something out of the kitchen, that is what it feels like, eating at Sweet Tomato. Easy & yummy!

PROS: Everything's always fresh
CONS: Go early to avoid the rush

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I love this place. It suits me whether I'm trying to diet or pigging out. The selections are great, the soups are especially tasty. The staff are always friendly.

PROS: Great food! Lots of choices!
CONS: Long lines

4
★★★★☆

I love this place. It suits me whether I'm trying to diet or pigging out. The selections are great, the soups are especially tasty. The staff are always friendly.

PROS: Great food! Lots of choices!
CONS: Long lines

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Sweet Tomatoes is my son's favorite place to go. Besides that fact that he loves fruits and veggies (all kinds), he also loves salad.

They have more than salad. Soups, pastas, breads all made from scratch in their facilities. They also have a baked potato bar and deserts.

When asked, my son will always say "SWEET TOMATOES"

5
★★★★★

Sweet Tomatoes is my son's favorite place to go. Besides that fact that he loves fruits and veggies (all kinds), he also loves salad.

They have more than salad. Soups, pastas, breads all made from scratch in their facilities. They also have a baked potato bar and deserts.

When asked, my son will always say "SWEET TOMATOES"

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This is my favorite restaurant, ever! The buffet is great for all ages, at any time of day. The food is always fresh and excellent. Our favorites are the chicken noodle soup (with big, homemade noodles and huge pieces of white chicken) and the tuna terragon. Also great muffins, pizza, pastas, salads, etc. Definitely worth a visit :)

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★★★★★

This is my favorite restaurant, ever! The buffet is great for all ages, at any time of day. The food is always fresh and excellent. Our favorites are the chicken noodle soup (with big, homemade noodles and huge pieces of white chicken) and the tuna terragon. Also great muffins, pizza, pastas, salads, etc. Definitely worth a visit :)

Pros: good food, very fresh, good parking, cheap, good buffet, u-serve

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Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes is a great place to stop in for a homemade meal. Their homemade soups are heartwarming and delicious, and all of thei...

 

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