Num Pang

★★★★★
From New York's only legitimate Cambodian restaurant, Kampuchea , comes Num Pang, a sandwich shop dedicated predominantly to the food of the same name.
  • 21 E 12th St 2

    New York, NY 10003

    Cross street: at University Pl.

    Map & Directions
  • 212-255-3271

About Num Pang

Hours
Mon-Sat 11am-10pm Sun 12pm-9pm

Food

Food
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HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. WON"T HOLD THE MAYO even if you're ALLERGIC. AND THERE was a roach in my sandwich. AVOID THIS SLEAZY DIVE and go ANYPLACE BUT HERE!

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HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. WON"T HOLD THE MAYO even if you're ALLERGIC. AND THERE was a roach in my sandwich. AVOID THIS SLEAZY DIVE and go ANYPLACE BUT HERE!

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In my life I have never been so horrified. First the MORON Generation X IDIOT behind the counter would not tell the sandwich maker NO MAYONNAISE who was standing 2 feet from him so I get my sandwich with something I'm allergic to. "NO

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In my life I have never been so horrified. First the MORON Generation X IDIOT behind the counter would not tell the sandwich maker NO MAYONNAISE who was standing 2 feet from him so I get my sandwich with something I'm allergic to. "NO

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Came here for the pulled duroc pork. The bread was crunchy and chewy at the same time and the pork full of flavor. I didn't realized roast pork was Cambodian. \r
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The picked veggies weren't as pickled as I'd expected it to be.

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Came here for the pulled duroc pork. The bread was crunchy and chewy at the same time and the pork full of flavor. I didn't realized roast pork was Cambodian. \r
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The picked veggies weren't as pickled as I'd expected it to be.

Pros: Fast service, seating upstairs

Cons: Taxes not included like the sandwiches in Ctown

Editorial from

Proof that New Yorkers are sandwich-crazed is the perpetual line in front of Num Pang, an upscale Cambodian sandwich shop. Every day a selection of six to eight sandwiches is served on toasted semolina baguettes. Try the pulled Duroc pork…

 

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