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Num Pang
Cambodian Restaurant$
Today 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
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28 E 12th St New York, NY 10003
28 East 12th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
$Cambodian Restaurant, Southeast Asian Restaurant
Cambodian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMFriday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMSaturday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMSunday 12:00 – 9:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 10:00 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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Alice Wang
2 months ago
Creative and delicious Asian sandwiches. All sandwiches are served on a freshly toasted semolina flour baguette and served with cucumber, pickled carrots, cilantro, and Num Pang's signature chili mayo. Classic sandwiches include pulled duroc pork, peppercorn catfish, hoisin meatballs, coconut tiger shrimp, roasted cauliflower, and grilled skirt steak. They also have rice bowls like roasted salmon, roasted chicken, spicy pork, and seasonal veggie. Ordered the coconut tiger shrimp sandwich ($10.50) to go. What a sandwich. Crispy bread, perfectly cooked shrimp, tons of flavor, none of the mess. One of the better sandwiches I've had. Union Square location has 6 seats tops plus an outside bench. So not a great place to squat for hours with friends but comes with super fast service.
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Morgan Robinson
a month ago
So I got really lucky with my experience. For one, my boyfriend paid. The prices are a bit steep but you are getting some quality tasty sandwiches. One wasn't very filling for dinner but the flavors were definitely there. I tried the shrimp and the pork belly. My mouth thoroughly enjoyed every bite. I liked the crunch of the cucumber and carrots but I liked mine with a little more kick. Someone messed up their order and we got someone's dinner for free or they would have tossed it. Can't say I'll be back because of the price unless I have a guest. I'd recommend ppl try it for sure. The workers were friendly and professional
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Jesse Badash
2 months ago
Nice sandwich shop, has plenty of vegetarian options, which is great, pretty fast. Only downside is not that much seating, and they don't give glasses of water, which I thought was NY state law.
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Joey Erdos
2 months ago
Great little vietnamese sandwich place. Super fast service, wide range of options on the menu (vegan, vegetarian, pescetarian, and carnivore friendly), and good for any meal
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D Nguyễn
in the last week
This is a good lunch sandwich shop off University Place. Lunchtime mob usually has a wait but they crank out the sandwiches pretty quickly. The sandwiches keep getting compared to Banh Mi and no it is not Banh Mi. The only commonality is the bread but then so does Subway sandwiches. There is a decent selection for everyone even if you don’t eat meat. The sandwiches are on the small side for the price I feel for the value but it is certain one of the better options for lunch around the Union Square area.
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Ariana Grinblat
3 months ago
Maybe one star is a bit harsh, but because of their unrealistic "no modification" rule, I will never be able to try their raved about sandwiches because of my inconvenient cucumber allergy. I understand obsessive modifications can compromise the end product and to save the integrity of the establishment, they have chosen this approach. However, requesting to omit one product for the simple purpose of not engaging in a hacking and sneezing fit caused by thus product, doesn't seem as blasphemous as they made it sound. Telling me that the staff will "get in trouble" for such a thing was clearly worth losing a customer. And I have to suspect I'm not the only one. Sorry Num Pang -- enjoy your cucumbers and shaky customer service policy.
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Jeff Kasky
3 months ago
Holy crap I didn't realize you could fit this much flavor into a sandwich! If I lived in NYC I'd be there every day.
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Albert Wong
a year 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. =)