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Posted by Jolierose on 12/14/2011
The food at this little spot is great. I crave the grilled corn from time to time, and I'm not pregnant. Everything tastes very fresh.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2011
the first time I had the meatball sandwich the bread wasnt toasted which I liked better because sometimes its overtoasted. The corn on the cob is delicious. And you already know going in that there are no substitutions (theres a sign) so that shouldnt be a complaint.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/08/2011
Great sandwiches, delicious sides, but don't ever order delivery. It took over an hour for my food to arrive and it was cold and congealed. Ugh. Do yourself a favor and go in person or skip it.
Posted by anonymous on 08/01/2011
Loved the sandwiches they have, I've had almost everyone on the menu and have yet to be disappointed
Posted by Been There Done That on 04/01/2011
Coming from someone who spent some time in Cambodia, Num Pang gets SEA (Southeast Asia) sandwiches spot on. You can tell by a lot of reviews that people don't know what they're getting into before they've been. Spicy mayo, cilantro, cucumber, carrot, meat...load it up with some chili sauce...MAN! That's exactly what a Cambodian sandwich should be. Sure, you can't modify the sandwiches, but if you were in Cambodia you wouldn't be able to tell them to "hold the cilantro, please" anyway, so it just makes the experience even more authentic!
Posted by Anonymous on 02/25/2011
it may be light on atmosphere, with a limited "no substitutions" menu... but they make fantastic sandwiches. If you've got a large appetite, order the corn on the side
Posted by anonymous on 02/06/2011
Mediocre sandwiches plus big attitude and an incomprehensible policy of not allowing certain items to be excluded from the sandwich. No reason to ever go here.