Num Pang Sandwich Shop

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Roasted cauliflower at Num Pang Sandwich Shop This Cambodian eatery's vegetarian sammie could woo a hardened carnivore. Shredded carrot and cucumber, along with aromatic cilantro, brighten chunks of roasted cauliflower. Pureed eggplant and chili-spiked so
Co-owners Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly bring their popular Southeast Asian–style sandwiches to midtown with this outpost of their Greenwich Village takeout shop. The rotating varieties of num pang (Cambodia's answer to the banh mi) here include pulled duroc pork with spiced honey, peppercorn catfish and hoisin veal meatballs, all stuffed into crusty baguettes. Take yours to go, or grab a seat in Grand Central Plaza garden outside.
Venue name: Num Pang Sandwich Shop
Address: 140 E 41st St
New York

Cross street: between Lexington and Third Aves
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11am–9pm; Sat, Sun noon–9pm
Transport: Subway: 42nd St S, 4, 5, 6, 7 to 42nd St–Grand Central
Price: Average sandwich: $8. AmEx, MC, V
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Kat Sit

This place is a vietnamese sandwich place, went with some friends after happy hour, great flavors, however would like the size to be a bit bigger, also if you do not like cilantro don even bother in ordering the sandwiches and they do not accept modifications, however you can order something else in the menu, i would recommend to check their website first. If you are not too hungry and want to taste some delicious sandwich and don't have dietary or allergic restrictions this is totally your place to go. #TOTastemaker

All Sandwiches Are Served With Cucumber, Pickled Carrots, Cilantro And Chili Mayo On a Semolina or Quinoa Baguette Baked Fresh Daily In NYC)


A Cambodian take on the banh mi.  Delicious and fresh made sandwiches, made to order.  Super spicy Cambodian cole slaw will bring a tear to your eye if you're not used to the concept.  Great Num Pang brand bottled drinks.  Serves beer as well.  Very casual/fast food atmosphere but at least they keep it clean.

Check out their version of the happy hour.  Select sandwiches are on sale.

George J

This is a place to go for a for a solid Vietnamese sandwich.  The pork belly is my personal favorite, but you really can't go wrong with anything here. 

Dana C

Num Pang is delicious and unique. Everything I've tried on their menu is delicious; the corn and the hoisin meatball are my favorites. All of the sandwiches come with some fresh veggies (carrots, cucumber, cilantro) which makes the sandwich taste really fresh and homemade. The bread is always perfectly toasted and there's just the right amount of sauce on it. The sandwiches are a tad spicy which give them a nice kick. They are also extremely filling. The happy hour deals there are amazing because you can get a super filling meal for like $6. This location doesn't really have any seating, but there are several public park spaces open nearby so it isn't a huge issue.