Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes Adds New Cuban Flavors to the Menu

For a limited time Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes will offer guests an all-new Cuban menu

Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes restaurants will be launching an all-new Cuban menu to complement the restaurant’s fourth annual “Around the World in Eight Tasty Weeks” menu promotion. The popular menu promotion highlights menu selections from four countries, changing every two weeks.
During Aug. 17 – 29, Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes restaurants’ Passport to Cuba menu will incorporate an array of Cuban-inspired dishes with a Souplantation/ Sweet Tomatoes twist. Guests can get their fill of delicious items such as Havana Banana Tossed Salad, Cuban Rice and Beans, Sweet Potato and Chorizo Soup and Cubano Focaccia, a take on the classic Cuban sandwich, which incorporates citrus-marinated pork, diced ham, shredded Swiss cheese and chopped deli pickles.

“We are excited to introduce these new Cuban flavors to our menu during our passport promotion,” said Joan Scharff, VP of brand and menu strategy of Garden Fresh Restaurant Corp. “It has been fun for us to research and develop this new grouping of recipes. We can’t wait to introduce these big, bold flavors to our guests.”

In addition to choosing from the new Cuban-inspired dishes, guests will also be able to choose from favorites along the signature 55-foot salad bar, featuring an array of vegetable options, tossed salads and deli salads. Guests can also indulge in eight made-from-scratch soups, muffins, pizza focaccias, pasta and fruit available everyday at Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes.

The annual passport promotion is a two-month menu promotion highlighting flavors from different countries, also including Italy, Greece and Mexico. Diners can visit to catch a glimpse of the menu offerings and download coupons and kids’ activity sheets with family discounts for each country.

To follow Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes on its trip around the world, check out the company’s blog at Guests can also follow Souplantation/Sweet Tomatoes at and


  1. I fail to see the correlation between your cuban-inspired menu and true cuban cuisine! Don’t think that labeling it an inspiration is even valid! Just saying……

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