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One of the more notable tenets of cooking meat, Cantonese-style, is to preserve the meat’s natural flavor instead of masking it with herbs and spices. Expect dishes like wide rice noodles with beef to have the natural texture and taste of beef down pat, even without condiments.

Cantonese cuisine also has some popular dishes, like sweet and sour pork, that have long been regarded as American-Chinese inventions.

With its singularity and variety, Cantonese food should get you going to a Chinese buffet in Albuquerque, NM to sample any Cantonese dishes on the menu. If that’s not reason enough, Miller states that the natural taste of simple, well-prepared Cantonese food will also remind you of Mom’s home cooking.