Num Pang NoMad Reopens

August 19, 2020

Num Pang NoMad, reopens, NoMad Piazza

Num Pang NoMad reopens to cheers from those who crave the renowned kitchen’s casual eating with serious flavor. Even more reason to celebrate, Num Pang is offering 10% off to anyone who shows a Kew building ID now through August 23rd.

Founded in 2009 under the culinary direction of chef Ben Daitz, Num Pang specializes in Southeast Asian-inspired sandwiches, bowls, soups, salads, and sides. Num Pang means “Cambodian Sandwich” and the incomparable Pulled Duroc Pork sandwich – served with cucumber, pickled carrots, and chili mayo or soy – is just one of the many culinary highlights offered. Every sandwich comes on a quinoa or semolina baguette baked fresh daily in New York City. It’s no wonder Zagat has ranked Num Pang as the “#1 Fast Casual in New York.” Check out the menu here.

The reopening of Num Pang NoMad at 1129 Broadway is another welcome addition to what neighborhood regulars are dubbing “The NoMad Piazza,” a stretch of Broadway between 25th Street and 28th Street that has come to life under New York City’s Open Street program. Locals and NoMad visitors enjoy the blocks along Broadway, which have been closed to vehicular traffic, allowing for outdoor dining and leisurely strolls under the summer sky.

As the summer continues to unfold and Num Pang NoMad reopens, New Yorkers are savoring the flavors of NoMad.