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.

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

What to Eat at Num Pang, Opening Tomorrow