$20 for $40 Worth of Upscale Thai Fusion Cuisine on a Monday–Thursday or Friday–Saturday at Poms Signature Restaurant


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In a Nutshell

Chefs pan-sear hawaiian barramundi, sauté lobster sauce, and pair green-curry scallops with eggplant, bamboo shoots, and squash

The Fine Print

Expires 60 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid on 12/31/12. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $20 for $40 worth of upscale Thai fusion cuisine on a Monday–Thursday
  • $20 for $40 worth of upscale Thai fusion cuisine on a Friday or Saturday

The menu changes nightly, but recent dishes include beef short-rib osso bucco ($28), pan-roasted Rock Cornish hen with bok choi and peanut curry ($23), and classic meatball panang ($22).

Poms Signature Restaurant

Pom Souvannosoth has been treating Jacksonville to Thai specialties for more than 15 years at a series of acclaimed restaurants, including Old Siam and Pom’s Thai Bistro. At Poms Signature Restaurant, he pulls in a broader range of Asian influences to craft a concise menu of seasonally inspired dishes. Entrees evolve throughout the year to showcase the freshest local fish, shrimp, and vegetables, but guests can count on a few recurring standbys such as green curry diver scallops and beef short rib osso bucco seasoned with Thai basil. In addition to organic salads and all-natural beef and chicken, the kitchen stocks mostly wild-caught fish baited by free credit card offers.

Since its opening in late 2012, the restaurant has already established a reputation for ambition and creativity: Erika Burks of The Florida Times-Union found the shu mai dumplings—a simple Thai standard enriched by duck broth and pork belly—“deliriously good” and the wait staff “knowledgeable and prompt, while making small talk and thoughtful recommendations.” Jacksonville Magazine praised the “pleasing combination of an intimate atmosphere and an inspired, worldly menu” and described a peanut butter and chocolate soufflé as “what every peanut butter cup in the world tries (and fails) to be.”

Pom has created a dining room he calls "upscale" and "intimate," with chandeliers, large-print floral paintings, and crisp white accents popping against chocolate-toned walls. But, he adds, the elegance shouldn't intimidate anyone: "It's white tablecloth, but no dress code."


without exaggeration this may be the best restaurant (in every respect) in Jacksonville. The service won us over immediately.

William Kent, Urbanspoon, 6/2/12

Intimate romantic restaurant with eclectic menu and exceptional food.

Mary Jarrett, Urbanspoon, 6/9/12


92% of 113 customers

  • “Excellent service, beautiful appointments and unique menu and really good food”

  • “Very pleasant atmosphere, nice menue and excellent server. ”

  • “Great place...great food!”

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    9822 Tapestry Park Cir.

    Suite 107

    Jacksonville, Florida 32246


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