Cambodian sandwiches come to midtown.
The Asian-sub shop will open a branch in east midtown.
It will be replaced next month by a new concept.
Plus: A literal slow-food café on Governors Island, and free doughnut holes at the New York Public Library on Monday, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
This pre-plywood thing is getting ridiculous.
A look at the menu.
Bánh Mì 172 opens, the bánh mì cart moves, and Num Pang hits Twitter.
A look back at over two years of bánh mì buzz, and how the humble Vietnamese sandwich became the new panino.
Our favorite Cambodian sandwich shop has added a new one to the menu.
The latest in Asian sandwiches.
A look at the menu at Kampuchea's new Cambodian sandwich shop.
Cambodian num pang may topple the Vietnamese banh mi from the summit of the Southeast Asian Sandwich mountain.
A chic Vietnamese street-food joint is coming to the Lower East Side; Kampuchea readies its sandwich bar.
Plus: Rainbow Room successor speculation, all in our morning news roundup.