For price, value and variety, no one gives the Chinese-food neophyte a better start than Sam Woo BBQ. As the name suggests, this is not a place for the tofu-and-bean-sprout crowd. Whole barbecue pigs, ducks and chickens hanging in the front window leave no doubt as to where this kitchen does its best work. The barbecue combination plate is a nice, cholesterol-laden overview of what these cooks can do. Overloaded with rosy sweet pork, caramelized duck breast and whole chicken parts, it's enough to feed six hungry appetites. Dishes such as the seafood on rice or fried shrimp with shells, salt and chili shine here. If you're dying for a bowl of turnip, pig's blood and intestine hot pot, you've found the right place.