Closer Look: Chinese Guy in Sweetwater

Closer Look: Chinese Guy in Sweetwater

Kun Bao met his now-wife, 28-year-old Yanan Cai, and the pair began planning a restaurant. They would provide regional Chinese cuisine flipped out of coal-black woks. They opened Chinese Guy in 2014, and today it’s Cai, whose shoulder-length black hair barely contains her wide smile, who runs it day-to-day. From the kitchen comes a blitz of precisely cooked dishes that smack of sweet, sour, and spice. Read the full review of Chinese Guy in Sweetwater here.


Photography by CandaceWest.com


Kun Bao met his now-wife, 28-year-old Yanan Cai, and the pair began planning a restaurant. They would provide regional Chinese cuisine flipped out of coal-black woks. They opened Chinese Guy in 2014, and today it’s Cai, whose shoulder-length black hair barely contains her wide smile, who runs it day-to-day. From the kitchen comes a blitz of precisely cooked dishes that smack of sweet, sour, and spice. Read the full review of Chinese Guy in Sweetwater here.

Photography by CandaceWest.com

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