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New York City: Num Pang…Revisited

on June 10, 2011

Num Pang: 21 E. 12th Street (between 5th and University)

So I came here for a quick bite with two of my girlfriends before we headed out to our first speed dating event. I ordered the corn on the cob again because the flavor combo is superb. Line wasn’t too long and we went upstairs to eat. It was a hot day and there wasn’t really ventilation with really small stools to sit. I suggest taking the sandwiches to go unless you don’t mind being in a cramp seating area. There is a new location in Midtown East on 140 E. 41st Street (between Lexington & 3rd Ave). I haven’t visited that one yet, but would like to if I’m in the area. I’m glad they’re doing well since it’s one of the only few Cambodian restaurants in NYC.

Numpang - Grilled Corn on the Cob

Numpang - Grilled Corn on the Cob

Numpang - Coconut Tiger Shrimp & Grilled Skirt Steak

Numpang - Coconut Tiger Shrimp & Grilled Skirt Steak

Coconut Tiger Shrimp $7.75 – Toasted Coconut Flakes

Grilled Skirt Steak $9.00 – Crushed Coriander And Peppercorn

Both flavors combo in these sandwiches were delicious. Bread was toasted. Beef was marinated. Peppercorn is my go-to dressing, so having it with beef was mouth-watering good eats! The toasted coconut flakes added a nice texture to the jumbo shrimps. This place never disappoints in terms of food. Price-wise, “num pang” aka “sandwiches” in the Cambodian language – is too expensive. I rather get a Viet sub =X

– Charmin Bear J

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