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Fu Run Restaurant Inc

Address
4009 Prince St Flushing NY 11354
Phone
(718) 321-1363
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Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
11:30am-12:00pm
Monday
11:30am-12:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am-12:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am-12:00pm
Thursday
11:30am-12:00pm
Friday
11:30am-12:00pm
Saturday
11:30am-12:00pm

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Fu Run serves and deliverers delicious Chinese food. Ideal for groups of friends, families and even for solo diners, the interior of this place is warm and welcoming owning to the soothing glow emitted by quaint lamps. Oriental paraphernalia surrounds the place, while large tables and modest chairs make comfortable seating spaces. The menu dictates varieties of meat, poultry, fish as well as...

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Formerly Waterfront International Enterprises, Fu Run is one of very few restaurants in New York serving the cuisine of Liaoning, a province in northeastern China that borders North Korea. Complimentary kimchi is served at the beginning of meals, while dishes like country-style green bean sheet jelly — a platter of gelatinous bean noodles, dotted with sesame paste, cucumbers, tiny shrimp and...

Northern China has a large muslim population, which is one reason you won't find any pork here; lamb is the name of the game, and it's served in some of the most vivid and original ways you will ever see here.

Believe in the hype!

Love cumin? Love lamb? Get the Muslim lamb chop, it's crazy good. For dessert, get deep fried taro with caramel. Sounds crazy but it works.

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Average Rating
80

This was my family's first time in Flushing and this was recommended as one of the best restaurants. The food was good but I don't think we'll be coming back. We ordered dumplings that never came and when we asked to take it off the bill we were told it was still cooking and that we could still have it as take out. Thanks but no thanks.

Fu Run Restaurant in Flushing is just as non descript as its teeming neighbors. What sets it apart is a few signature dishes that keep the crowds coming back for more.

Average Rating
60

3.5 StarsFinally Came here and try out this place with NO CROWD. I thought i had to wait outside for a table on a Monday around 7PM, but it was half empty.Ordered:The Muslim Lamb - Too much...

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40

The good Overall speedy service in regards time from order to food on the table.Lots of dishes not typically available in other Chinese restaurants Close to subway The badNon existent...

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80

I came here on a quest to try the best lamb chops that people on yelp have been raving about. I was not disappointed. First off, this place has very packed tables and a hole in the wall feel,...

Business description (3)

Fu Run Restaurant Inc. was founded in 2010, and is located at 4009 Prince St in Flushing.

Customer to here will discover a wide array of unique and delicious food.

Fu Run Restaurant Inc is located at 4009 Prince St, Flushing, NY. This location is in the Flushing neighborhood. This business specializes in Family Style Restaurants.

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Love cumin? Love lamb? Get the Muslim lamb chop, it's crazy good. For dessert, get deep fried taro with caramel. Sounds crazy but it works.

Northern China has a large muslim population, which is one reason you won't find any pork here; lamb is the name of the game, and it's served in some of the most vivid and original ways you will ever see here.

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