Pom Pom’s Teahouse and Sandwicheria – UCF Area
This place is pretty awesome………. The atmosphere is very chill and relaxed and the servers are all very friendly. The space is a bit small with a few bar stools and a few tables around the room.
Inside Pom Pom’s Teahouse and Sandwicheria ….a black board!
Inside Pom Pom’s at UCF
Friends enjoying a lovely Friday afternoon
I ordered the Mama Ling Ling’s Thanksgiving sandwich ($8), probably the favorite of the bunch my friends and I ordered today: stuffed with turkey meat, stuffing, cranberry, and mashed potatoes with a side of gravy to dip in! it definitely gave me the holiday good feelings! in my belly.
Mama Ling Ling’s Thanksgiving rox
Pasta salad of the day with turkey pastrami
My friends ordered a Fu Manchu sandwich and a Asian bbq sandwich. I believe part of the secret ingredient is the hoisin bbq sauce. Although they both enjoyed their sandwiches, the goat cheese in the fu manchu was sensory overload and did not appear to go well, but c’est la vie.
The Fu Manchu stuffed with asian bbq pulled pork, goat cheese, watercress, and asian slaw!
Asian BBQ Slaw
if you order a drink, a side is only $.50 more!
Overall, Pom Pom’s Teahouse and Sandwicheria is recommended for a chill environment and some great sandwiches.
Tasty Chomps Rating!!!!
4 out of 5 Tasty CHOMPS!!!!
Does this place serve boba tea?
Great blog! It's great to hear about so many great restaurants.
good question! i looked at their menu online and it appears that they do not at this time, maybe we can suggest it to them 😀
Actually, we serve Milk Tea in many different flavors, which is basically the same but just without the tapioca balls!
milk tea is not boba tea
Well its not the same exact thing, but very similar drink just without the "boba balls" (tapioca balls) at the bottom.
In the most common English usage, the name "bubble tea" is often associated with pearl milk tea, as it is the most popular variant of the drink. Pearl milk tea, also known as "boba milk tea", is traditionally made by adding boba balls.
Milk tea can be fruit-flavored teas, and milk teas, and in this case we carry both, just no boba balls!