Fu Run

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Cumin/Spicy Lamb Ribs at Fu Run

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Photograph: Jessica Lin
Green Bean Sheet Jelly at Fu Run
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Photograph: Jessica Lin
Tiger Salad at Fu Run
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Photograph: Jessica Lin
Spicy Intestine with Hot Pepper at Fu Run
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Photograph: Jessica Lin
Beef pancakes at Fu Run
Where China borders Mongolia in the colder north, the food reflects the terrain—it’s rustic and comforting, loaded with rich lamb and focused more on wheat-flour noodles and buns than the rice ubiquitous elsewhere. Thanks to a change in immigration patterns, Flushing has seen an increase in Northern Chinese restaurants like the seven-year-old Fu Run, whose owners are from Dongbei (what was once known as Manchuria). They call their justly celebrated dish the “Muslim lamb chop,” but it’s more like a half rack of ribs: A platter of bone-in, fatty meat is braised, then battered and deep-fried, the whole juicy slab blanketed with cumin seeds, chili powder and flakes, and black and white sesame seeds. Try it with a wonderfully greasy beef-stuffed pancake called a bing, and cold saladesque dishes like the bright, fresh “tiger vegetable” (shredded scallions, cilantro, chilies and tiny shrimp) or liang pi noodles, transparent mung-bean noodles listed as “green-bean sheet jelly” and tossed with chili oil, peanuts and crushed cucumbers.


Venue name: Fu Run
Address: 40-09 Prince St
Cross street: between Roosevelt Ave and 40th Rd
Opening hours: Daily 11am-midnight
Transport: Subway: 7 to Flushing–Main St
Price: Average dish: $12. MC, V
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