Fu Run specializes in Northeast-style Chinese cuisine, which tends to include pickled foods, lots of spices and heartier fare. You can’t go wrong ordering a daily special written in Chinese (ask the wait staff to translate), but Fu Run’s signature dish, the Muslim lamb chop, is not to be missed. The name is a misnomer, as they’re actually lamb ribs not chops, but the preparation is perfection. The ribs are laced with a little fat, which adds flavor, and are braised in a red rice sauce for three hours, which not only tenderizes the meat but also tints both meat and bone bright red. The ribs are then coated in a thin layer of breadcrumbs and black and white sesame seeds, which after deep frying becomes an incredibly light but crispy crust. Finally, the dish is dusted with pan-fried cumin and red chili until it is vibrant and flavorful. The amazing fragrance of the spices and meat that’s fall-off-the-bone tender is the reason why anyone who’s tasted this dish comes back for more — it’s that incredible!