Num Pang Sandwich Shop

Num Pang Sandwich Shop

(Now Closed)
Sandwich Place and Asian Restaurant$$$$
Greenwich Village, New York
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  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissJanuary 23, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    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.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupSeptember 23, 2011
    Inventive and delicious sandwich shop. Try the Five-Spice Glazed Pork Belly, the Grilled Skirt Steak or the Grilled Portobello – all are served on bread from Parisi Bakery.
  • The Corcoran Group
    The Corcoran GroupAugust 2, 2011
    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.
  • Village Voice
    Village VoiceNovember 26, 2012
    Features sandwiches concocted by gastronomes like Marie Batali and Floyd Cardoz, so there is always something off the wall among the list of yummy regulars. Winner of Best of NYC Best Cambodian!
  • Natasha V.
    Natasha VoraFebruary 19, 2013
    Maybe the best sandwich I've ever eaten in my life. Veggie s'wiches usually leave something to be desired, but everything about this spicy tofu one was perfect. Definitely coming back for the others!
  • Rachel B.
    Rachel BellFebruary 21, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Best sandwich I have ever had in NY. The bread is to die for as well as everything inside. I personally love the skirt steak, but heard good things about pork and shrimp as well. Corn is a MUST!
  • Halstead Property
    Halstead PropertyOctober 7, 2013
    At every location in NYC, the five-spiced pork belly sandwich never fails. The thick bread is a crunchy treat of its own and goes flawlessly with the soft pork’s sweet glaze and juices.
  • Tim S.
    Tim SheyOctober 11, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Everything's great–second Naveen on the tiger shrimp–but the roasted cauliflower sandwich with eggplant spread is the absolute bomb. Upstairs there's sriracha at every seat (21st century's ketchup).
  • Tanya
    TanyaJune 21, 2012
    The brisket was delicious and tender as can be. Definitely will be back to try the other options as well. Also had the blood-orange lemonade which was refreshing and tangy. Also: Cash only!
  • Time Out New York
    Time Out New YorkOctober 5, 2011
    Try the smoky pulled duroc pork sandwich. Smoky spiced-honey-glazed pork is crowned with julienned pickled carrots, fresh cilantro & sliced cucumber. It’s one of our #100best dishes & drinks of 2011. Read more
  • Alexandra O.
    Alexandra OstrowSeptember 27, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Grab a sandwich (I recommend the shrimp, pulled pork, steak... actually, pretty much anything) and go upstairs to watch those passing by from a secret graffiti-covered attic of sorts.
  • Adrianna G.
    Adrianna GrężakApril 28, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Cash only. I eat at their locations frequently and really enjoy the pulled pork and sausage. There's a water cooler and plastic cups available, so don't bother buying a bottle of water
  • Real Cheap Eats
    Real Cheap EatsNovember 5, 2012
    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. Read more
  • Steve C.
    Steve ColemanFebruary 29, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    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.
    delivery.comJune 28, 2012
    We LOVE the crazy combinations that go into the sandwiches at Num Pang. Try the roasted salt & pepper japanese yam sandwich!
  • Tiffany C.
    Tiffany ChiangApril 28, 2012
    Yummmmmy!!I got the Pulled pork classic bun, the spicy mayo sauce is amazing (not exactly spicy).Watermelon juice doesn't taste artificially sweetened or diluted with… (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Dane B.
    Dane BMay 11, 2012
    You really can't go wrong with anything on the menu here. The sandwiches have gotten a little dinky though. So definitely go for some grilled corn on the side.
  • Mario B.
    Mario BataliFebruary 18, 2011
    tasty banh mi sandwiches made with seasonal greenmarket veg (try the cauliflower one) and an upstairs "dining room" overlooking a rental car garage make this a sneaky fave for perfection
  • Jordanne P.
    Jordanne PascualJune 15, 2013
    Pork belly sandwich for the win! The place is cash only with a small seating area upstairs; but you're better off taking the sandwich with you to a nearby park.
  • Benjamin H.
    Benjamin HaasNovember 21, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Get anything - you won't go wrong. Grab extra napkins too, because you WILL make a mess when you stuff your face. Go ahead, order another sandwich, you know you want it.
  • New York Habitat
    New York HabitatOctober 28, 2011
    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.
  • Apex T.
    Apex TacoMay 31, 2014
    Great sandwiches. Haven't had one I didn't like. Order downstairs, seating upstairs. Not too roomy, but the window seats are a relaxing view.
  • Carrie M.
    Carrie MSeptember 11, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    I had the Pulled Pork banh mi. It's every bit as nomalicious as everyone says. This is deffo the real deal. Cash only, seating is upstairs a small spiral staircase. Lots of sriracha bottles. Yes!
  • Frank R.
    Frank RimalovskiJune 15, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Excellent banh mi sandwiches. Pork belly was awesome. I'll be back! Better for takeout given very limited seating (upstairs). (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Brooklyn365
    Brooklyn365August 1, 2011
    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.
  • Filipe F.
    Filipe FortesApril 18, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Hard to go wrong with any of the choices (although I can't speak for the vegetarian options). The bread used for the sandwiches makes all the difference.
  • Maad B.
    Maad BenchAugust 30, 2012
    Catfish is great, meatballs are great, corn on the cob is amazing! Still need to try the rest. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • Juston P.
    Juston PayneJanuary 4, 2012
    The Tiger Shrimp sandwich and Veal Meatballs sandwich are standouts. For a side, order the corn with that mess of sauces and spices dripping off of it.
  • Mike O.
    Mike O'TooleAugust 15, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    It's hard to call this place Bahn Mi, since it's way more expensive and gourmet than most Bahn Mi places, but it's totally worth it. Try every sandwich at least once.
  • Marianne N.
    Marianne NiemanSeptember 29, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Dear Foursquare, this is not a Vietnamese restaurant. It's Cambodian. Try the coconut shrimp sandwich with some blood orange lemonade to drink- perfect lunch!!
  • Jamielynn D.
    Jamielynn De LeonSeptember 27, 2011
    If u love Corn, you'll love it here. The music is very cool and relaxing. For a an upbeat vibe, come in the afternoon when it's poppin!!!
  • The Wall Street Journal
    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. Read more
  • David S.
    David SchorrMay 24, 2013
    Been here 25+ times
    Best sandwich in NYC. Literally my only gripe with this place is the sometimes uneven distribution of sandwich contents.
  • Ingvild M.
    Ingvild M. PlosivOctober 19, 2012
    Had their Pulled Pork sandwich my first day in NYC, and that set the standard for all sandwiches to come. So far no one has reached up, so I keep coming back here.
  • June S.
    June ShiehMarch 30, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    I favor the pulled pork sandwich. The tiger shrimp one is pretty good too. If somehow that doesn't fill you up, there are also yummy shakes and tempura-fried pickles across the street at The Stand.
  • Paul L.
    Paul LeeSeptember 29, 2012
    Try the 5 spiced pork belly sandwich - Delicious! Pork belly is so tender and the pickled Asian pear is good!
  • Rafael G.
    Rafael GonzaqueJanuary 18, 2013
    The Grilled Khmer Sausage or Veal Meatball sandwich is a great tasting alternative to the fatty Pork Belly one!
  • Hotin T.
    Hotin TongJune 18, 2012
    The peppercorn catfish sandwich—while a bit small—is fantastic. The grilled corn on the cob is also great.
  • Michael M.
    Michael MilazzoOctober 16, 2012
    One of the better Bahn-mi type sandwiches I've had. The pork belly was really tasty and the bread was pretty much perfect.
  • Amanda M.
    Amanda MNovember 9, 2011
    Pulled pork and coconut shrimp are the best ones, but any sandwich from here will leave you satisfied (and hooked for life!).
  • Kendra B.
    Kendra BorowskiDecember 13, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    The pulled pork sandwich is good, but the real hero here is the veal meatball sandwich. So delicious and more flavorful than the pork. I could eat two!
  • Cheapism
    CheapismFebruary 25, 2011
    Come by for cheap Cambodian sandwiches to go. Try hoisin veal meatball ($6.75) or spiced pork belly ($7.50) - both include pickled veggies. Read more
  • Sloan
    SloanFebruary 6, 2012
    The pork belly sandwich is amazing, as is the corn on the cob with coconut sauce. But FYI, no seating and cash only
  • agnes c.
    agnes chanJuly 7, 2012
    Solid ginger BBQ brisket sandwich with a good kick and fresh banh mi veggies. Chase it with a nice ginger beer.
  • Brook F.
    Brook FrazierApril 11, 2013
    Amazing amazing sandwiches! Pork belly is the best so far and the bread they use is heaven.
  • John C.
    John CockrellNovember 13, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Best Vietnamese sandwiches in the area. Vegetarian options, like the tofu and cauliflower, are awesome.
  • June S.
    June ShiehNovember 5, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    My favorites are the Pulled Pork and the Brisket. If I want something lighter, I get the shrimp or veggie ones.
  • Kris C.
    Kris ConcepcionJuly 19, 2014
    The best Vietnamese sandwiches in the city. I can never decide between the pork belly or steak sandwiches.
  • Trac N.
    Trac NguyenAugust 24, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Coconut Tiger Shrimp Sandwich is amazing. The Tropical Fruit Salad is hit or miss - make sure to ask how fresh it is.
  • Carlos R.
    Carlos RojasMay 4, 2013
    Try the Grilled Khmer Sausage (Brooklyn Bangers) - Excellent! Get it with the side pickles
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