Kew Management Welcomes Num Pang

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Num Pang coming to NoMad New York

Kew Management is happy to announce that Num Pang will bring their incredible Cambodian-style sandwiches to our building at 1129 Broadway (between 25th and 26th Streets).

Owner / chefs Ratha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz have been receiving acclaim from food critics in their current locations in Union Square and Grand Central.  We’re happy to be able to bring them to NoMad to join a growing community of eateries such as 40/40, Hill Country Chicken, Hill Country Barbecue, John Dory’s Oyster Bar, Eataly and No. 7 Sub.

If you’re not yet familiar with Num Pang, visit their website at www.numpangnyc.com

Their sandwiches are made with high‐quality ingredients on freshly toasted semolina flour baguettes, with homemade chili mayo, pickled carrots, cilantro, and cucumber. As often as possible, the owner/chefs use products from local markets.

Historic Note:  The space that Num Pang will occupy is on the spot of the first holdout in New York real estate history.  In the 1890s, the King family, who owned the original five story brownstone, refused to sell to the builders of the early skyscrapers The Townsend and the St. James.  They finally were convinced to sell in 1908 and the brownstone was torn down.  It was replaced with a one-story structure that became the famous Shultz mineral water shop and ice cream parlor, serving drinks in long-stem glasses under Tiffany lamps — that space will now be Num Pang’s to delight a very different generation.