A small, spare, cash-only, no-booze joint called Asian BBQ & Noodle serves the best curry beef tendon I’ve had in ages. Think soft, melty, slow-cooked, fatty beef tendon in a curry gravy that is so unctuous and full of umami you will use every bit of rice to sop up the remains. This is a little taste of Hong Kong, in the back corner of a strip mall that also houses China Mama and District One. Cantonese food is about barbecue meat, so order the platter, with the roast duck, pork ribs and — my favorite — roasted pork belly in a sticky, sweet char siu sauce, under an almost cellophane-like, crunchy pork skin — for just $17.99. With prices like these, you’ll want to be adventurous, so order your usual wonton soup (theirs has perfectly chewy wonton noodles), but definitely dive into the offal. Try the intestines or the pig’s blood. You only live once!