What to Eat at Num Pang, Opening Tomorrow

Photo: Hannah Whitaker/New York Magazine

The owners of Kampuchea, Ratha Chau and Ben Daitz, tell us their new sandwich shop, Num Pang, will open tomorrow with a limited preview menu. Sure, sandwiches are a bit of a trend right now, but this is truly one to get excited about. Just look at the menu, below. For the moment, Num Pang will be open from 11:30 a.m. till 11 p.m. on weekdays (till midnight on Fridays), 1 p.m. till midnight on Saturdays, and will be closed on Sundays. Delivery and desserts coming soon.

Photo: Hannah Whitaker/New York Magazine

Served with cucumber, pickled carrots, cilantro, chile mayo, break baked by Parisi Bakery

Grilled Duroc Pork (honey glazed) - $6.75

Peppercorn Catfish (house-made sweet soy sauce) - $7.25

Coconut Tiger Shrimp (toasted coconut flakes) - $7.50

Hoison Veal Meatballs (jasmine rice, basil, stewed tomato) - $6.50

Vegetarian Num Pang (grilled cauliflower, Chinese and Thai eggplant, soy milk chile mayo) - $6.75

Grilled Skirt Steak (crushed coriander and peppercorn) - $8.50

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Grilled corn (chile mayo, coconut flakes, chile powder) - $2.25

Ice Tea - $2.25
Blood Orange Lemonade - $2.50

China Cola - $2.25
China Cola Cherry - $2.25
Ithaca Ginger Beer - $2.25
Virgil’s Root Beer - $2.50
Poland Spring Water (sm) - $1.25
Poland Spring Water (lg) - $2.25
Coconut Water - $2.25

Earlier: Inside Num Pang, a Cambodian Sandwich Shop