Everyone, get ready for a new riff on NYC's classic pastrami on rye sandwich. The Num Pang sandwich kings, Ben Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly, along with New York rock legend Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz of the Beastie Boys have created a hybrid that takes the smoked meat and surrounds it with the Cambodian flavors the shop is known for.
Appropriately named the The Ad-Rock Pang, the sandwich is the Num Pang duo's latest offering as part of their "Chefs Give Back" campaign, where they collaborate with their favorite chefs -- oh, and rock star idols -- to create sandwiches benefiting charities. A sando with a mission, the Ad-Rock Pang is Num Pang's signature toasted semolina bread packed with smoked meat from Mile End Deli, pickled carrots with toasted caraway, cilantro, dill, cucumbers, and a chili Russian dressing. For $16, you get it served with a spicy garlic dill picking spear, a bag of potato chips, and a cream soda.