Last modified June 27, 2012 at 2:18 am
Bun & Co. debuted last month at 78 Rivington after owner Ratha Chaupoly decided to scrap the Kampuchea brand and start from scratch. During the brief closure and subsequent renovations, the rooster mural Chico painted years ago was scrubbed from the Allen Street facade and replaced with something a bit more generic. However, Chico recently returned […]
Posted August 23, 2010 at 6:12 am
So that explains why the Chico mural outside the old Kampuchea was whitewashed last week. The Allen Street facade of 78 Rivington is now the de facto store signage for the new sandwicherie Bun & Co.
Posted August 19, 2010 at 6:22 am
In the last week, Grub St has been keeping tabs on the fate of the former Cambodian joint Kampuchea, which closed last Saturday night. However, now it appears the owner is transforming the defunct brand into a hot-dog bun sandwich shop called Bun & Co, and that Parisi Bakery is to provide the bread. The […]
Last modified December 2, 2009 at 9:33 am
When Kampuchea returns from vacation on Friday, it will have its new sibling eatery in tow at 78 Rivington Street. According to Thrillist, the so-called “pubstaurant” is dubbed The Norry, and will serve up casual Cambodian fare [menu]. The interior is defined by a curved tiled ceiling, and a mix of exposed brick and wooden […]
Last modified January 30, 2012 at 11:04 pm
Don’t be alarmed by the computer printout taped to the brick facade of Kampuchea at 78 Rivington. The eatery is currently on vacation for Thanksgiving and will reopen for service on Friday, December 4.