Num Pang Sandwich Shop

Sandwiches, Asian
$ $
21 E 12th St (btwn 5th Ave & University Pl)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 255-3271
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
11:00am - 10:00pm
12:00pm - 9:00pm



  • coconut tiger shrimp sandwich. that's all you need to know
  • Try the smoky pulled duroc pork sandwich. Smoky spiced-honey-glazed pork is crowned with julienned pickled carrots, fresh cilantro & sliced cucumber. Its one of our #100best dishes & drinks of 2011.
  • Try the pulled-pork. It's spicy and savory with succulent pork, cucumber, pickled carrots, cilantro and chili mayonnaise all on a lightly toasted roll. Sandwiches range from $6.75 to $8.75.
  • Cash only but worth it.
  • Try the Ginger Brisket Sandwich
  • if available, get the 5 spice pork belly sammy. Mmmmazing.
  • Come by for cheap Cambodian sandwiches to go. Try hoisin veal meatball ($6.75) or spiced pork belly ($7.50) - both include pickled veggies.
  • Pork sandwich is my fave. Make sure to get napkins; it's going to be a messy one
  • Try the Pork Belly Sandwich
  • Try the Coconut Tiger Shrimp sandwich
  • Try the Ginger Brisket Sandwich. This one gets a bit messy so we recommend sitting upstairs rather than scaring children on the street as you devour this in a semi-possessed state.
  • It's all about the pork belly sandwich at this tiny hole-in-the-wall Cambodian spot. Get it with the blood orange lemonade and your stomach will be forever grateful.
  • Pork belly, skirt steak and shrimp/coconut sandwiches.
  • This Cambodian place is my death row meal. Pulled Pork Sandwich w/ spicy mayo and veggies. Boom, Done. Extra hungry? Add a Coconut Tiger Prawn or a Roasted Cauliflower Sandwich.
  • Serving what might be the best sandwiches in town. Try the Grilled Khmer Sausage Sandwich with Market Pickles and the Grilled Corn on the cob. Be ready for really long lines.
  • Try the smoky pulled pork
  • Om Nom Nom Nom Pang
  • Skirt steak sandwich!
  • The hulking coconut tiger shrimp sandwich ($8) features a half-dozen shrimp on a toasted baguette with pickled vegetables, a spicy-sweet Sriracha mayo and toasted coconut flakes.
  • The pulled pork sounds predictable but is by far the tastiest thing on the menu. Make sure to ask for extra hot sauce to douse it in. The coconut shrimp makes a good sandwich to split with a friend.

Nearby places

btwn Broadway & Union Sq E (btwn E 14th & E 17th St)
W 4th St (btwn MacDougal St & University Pl)