We have a crush on these Asian-inspired sandwiches. There are four locations, so you have no excuse not to hit up one of these little sandwich shops and sink your teeth into some bold, Cambodian flavors. The sandwiches do rotate, but whichever way you choose to go you will not be disappointed, so don’t get caught up, just pick one.
Let’s talk menu. We all know that a great sandwich needs good bread and Num Pang serves all their sandwiches on freshly toasted Semolina flour baguettes with high quality ingredients. All sandwiches come with pickled carrots, cucumbers, some crisp fresh cilantro and of course, a homemade chili mayo. If you like shrimp, they have a coconut tiger shrimp sandwich that will have you going coco-nuts, or a five-spiced pork belly sandwich, with pickled Asian pear (uh, yes please). Most locations are not a sit-down situation, so make sure you have a free hand to stuff your face while you walk, or sit (if you’re not that coordinated). You can also order delivery if you live in the hood and are that lazy.
Besides the amazing sandwiches, you can now get rice bowls and noodle dishes. We like to call this “beyond the bun”. Co-owner Ben Daitz and restaurant partner, Ratha Chaupoly, have decided to show off their cooking chops and show the world that they can do more than just great sandwiches. Try the grilled pork steak noodle dish, which comes with chilled vermicelli (that’s a noodle), romaine, sprouts, herbs, eggs, fried shallots, crushed peanuts, house dressing and a partridge in a pear tree. Anyways, you get the point, they have more than just good sandwiches here. Get to one of the four locations and try Num Pang.
Hi! I’m Davina and I have an unquenchable passion for all things food and drink. You can find me creating cocktails, cooking up some delicious things in NYC and selling real estate. I love practical jokes, coffee and rocking onesies.