If you've spent a few seasons in New York, you're probably familiar with Num Pang by this point. What started as a little Cambodian sandwich spot in Greenwich Village has grown into a mini-chain that also serves soups, salads, and even the requisite grain bowl. If you work in a neighborhood that has a lot of offices, you can expect there's likely a Num Pang not too far away. This one's in Nomad at 26th & Broadway, and while every permutation of fast casual restaurant has opened around here by now, it's still one of the better places to pick up lunch in the area.
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