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I had to go to the Prudential Center to pick up a prize that I had won, and while I was there, I thought I would do some shopping and pick up some dinner. I hadn’t been there since the opening of Eataly, and was pleasantly surprised at some new things that popped up in the mall. One of them being Num Pang Kitchen, a fast casual concept restaurant located near Vineyard Vines and Pinkberry.

The restaurant has bold graffiti on the walls and hip hop playing over the speakers. They have a cult following in New York, where they have 7 locations, and just opened their first Boston location in the spring.

Num Pang is Cambodian for sandwich, of which they have many on the menu. I wanted to try their rice bowls with grilled vegetables, chili yogurt, and chive lime vinaigrette. The bowl on the left is the chicken “chimi” and the one on the right is the lemon grass braised beef short rib. You can order your bowls with brown rice Jasmine rice or a super grain blend consisting of faro, quinoa and brown rice. Both bowls were delicious, bold flavors and they had a little kick to them. The portions are generous and I had enough for two meals with each bowl.

So what else is on the menu? Pulled pork sandwich, roasted cauliflower sandwich, spicy organic tofu sandwich, spicy Cambodian slaw, coconut tiger shrimp salad, a peppercorn catfish salad, and hot and sour chicken and rice soup to name a few things. They also have some delicious house made beverages: blood orange lemonade, iced black tea, a Cambodian iced coffee and an “Arnold Panger”.

Grab something to go or sit at one of the high top tables just outside the restaurant. They also cater and deliver.

Num Pang

800 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

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