I love this place. They have terrific "cambodian" sandwiches. Although a good friend of mine from Cambodia said they don't have any sandwiches like that there, but who cares.
The place is located in the parking garage on E12th off University. The prices are reasonable and there are some seats upstairs. On the other side of the garage is a falafel place.
What a good use of space that garage thought of.
The pork belly sandwich is really good, as is the ginger brisket, the shrimp, and the peppered mackeral. The bread (num pang is Khmer for bread) are light delicious rolls. They have special sandwiches every week, and always have a couple of vegetables, the corn on the cob is good.
I couldnt locate the thread on this place, so sorry for bad searching,,But if you never checked out this place, check it out, you're in for a great suprise.
Num Pang Sandwich Shop
21 E 12th St, New York, NY 10003
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