Num Pang Sandwich Shop

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Details
75 9th Ave (at W 15th St)
New York, NY 10011
(212) 390-8851
Sandwiches
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–8:00 PM

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  • Coconut tiger shrimp sandwich is a perfect mix of sweet & spicy chile. Generous shrimp portion.
  • The cauliflower sandwich at Num Pang is a solid vegetarian substitute for a banh mi. It comes with roasted cauliflower, a spicy eggplant spread, and cilantro, cucumber, pickled carrots, & chili mayo.
  • Cambodian-flavored sandwiches in American portions. Good rice noodles and salads, too.
  • 3 sandwiches for 2 people = infinite joy. The Five Spice Glazed Pork Belly, Coconut Tiger Shrimp and Roasted Cauliflower make for a surf, turf and veggie feast. Yum.
  • Five spice pork belly sandwich is excellent. Coconut tiger shrimp is also good. Cambodian slaw is spicy and refreshing.
  • perfect southeast asian sandwiches. my favs are the catfish and hoisin meatball ones.
  • Gosh! Best sandwich ever with avocado sauce!
  • Coconut tiger shrimp sandwich is AMAZING! Best sandwich I have ever eaten.
  • Five Spice Pork Belly FTW!
  • Coconut rock shrimp sandwich is one of my favorite things in the world. The pork is also good. So much flavor in these mixes but there are no substitutions so picky eaters, beware
  • It smells SO GOOD in here
  • Tasty food that comes out quickly. But don't try to modify your meal. They will snap at you and not let you do it.
  • Watermelon juice is super refreshing
  • Spicy tofu sandwich was really tasty
  • Catfish peppercorn!! Yum, yum, yum!
  • The Lemon grass braised beef short rib rice bowl is very good and the meat very tender
  • Pork belly or short rib, sandwich or bowl. Can't go wrong.
  • The Vietnamese style pulled pork sandwich here is great. Warm bread that's crispy on the outside & soft on inside. Great sweet flavor from the cucumbers & carrots.
  • Had the tiger shrimp curry sandwich-- did not live up to the hype whatsoever! Needs more carrots, thicker cucumbers, a solid dressing. Def fell short on expectations. Just a very scarce sandwich.
  • Pretty simple formula. And it works.

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