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Little Kaiping Cantonese BBQ

Kevin Marple

Little Kaiping Cantonese BBQ



The restaurant’s name pays homage to a city in China’s Guangdong Province. Order the Peking duck, which arrives carved into crackling, glass-pane skin and sumptuous meat, fanned out and flanked by steamed buns. Also try the special crab fried rice, a whole deep-fried crustacean with fried garlic and a salty-sweet note. Classic dishes like beef flat noodles and sautéed snow pea shoots display Cantonese cuisine’s qualities of balance and harmony.

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