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Num Pang
Asian Restaurant$
Today 12:00 – 9:00 pm
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28 E 12th St New York, NY 10003
28 East 12th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
$Asian Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
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Local counter-serve chain for spicy Cambodian baguette sandwiches with meat or veggie fillings.- Google
"Coconut tiger shrimp and pork belly sandwiches were amazing."
"The veal meatball and brisket sandwiches are a good place to start."
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Raymond Kim
a month ago
Coconut tiger shrimp and pork belly sandwiches were amazing. Music was also awesome. I highly recommend this place.
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Naiel Iqbal
a year ago
Num Pang has grown rapidly through New York, but this is the original spot, and while it's not much to look at, the sandwiches are still great. I'm a big fan of the grilled corn, which is spicy and dusted with toasted coconut. Out of the sandwiches, it's hard to go wrong, but I generally get the tiger shrimp (more coconut!). The prices are right and the kitchen is efficient. Just be sure to bring cash!
felesia rodriguez
a year ago
Favorite sandwich shop in my neighborhood, hands down. I had the cauliflower sandwich, and I don't think I'll ever order anything else. It was perfect. My favorite part was the eggplant sauce and the pickled carrots. I also tried the corn on the cob, but I was less enthused. Too much mayonnaise and the coconut on top was a novel idea. All in all, definitely recommend.
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myun song
a year ago
Their pork belly sandwich will melt in your mouth. I prefer the pork menus over seafood. They get their breads from Parisi bakery and the bread itself is so tasty!
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Albert Wong
7 months ago
Delicious twist on traditional Vietnamese sandwiches - but Cambodian. lol Albeit a little pricey, it's not bad if you want a fix. Spot is small with some seating upstairs, but take out is the better option if you want to sit at Union Square on a nice day. Add as much siracha as you like. =)
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a year ago
The BEST place to eat in Chelsea Market! Went with a friend. I had the pulled pork sandwich, and she had the roast beef. All sandwiches come with standard toppings and a basic sauce that you can't alter...I'm glad I didn't because the mix of flavors is just perfect. (I do think they pile on the shredded carrots a bit too much, though!) My sandwich had a sweet sauce that really hit the spot. We also had the Cambodian slaw...amazing! Every bite has a pop of flavor. Not too spicy (even though they say it is); not too sweet. Very good portions (we shared the slaw).
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Michael Marcos
a year ago
Like many of the reviews on here. This place has amazing sandwiches. Bahn mi style, with a gourmet flare. I don't think you can go wrong with anything you order from this place. The sandwiches here cater to just about anyone's taste, from meat lover's (like me), to vegetarians. I wish I could remember what I ordered, but I devoured it as soon as it came out. All that I remember was that satisfied feeling you get when you have a great meal. That's all that really matters right? The location is situated right near Union Square, so you can grab a sandwich (or three) and grab a seat at the nearby park and people watch while you eat.
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Adam Goebel
a year ago
One of the best lunch spots in the city. This place serves up great Cambodian style sandwiches. They have a standard core of 4 or 5 sandwiches, and a few specials for each season. Meat lovers, fish lovers, and vegetable lovers will each be happy with the selection. The ginger apple cider is a great accompaniment to any of these sandwiches if you happen to stop by in the autumn. The bread is perfectly toasted, and the sriracha mayo is nice and spicy, but you can also add your own sriracha to crank of the heat.
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