Lamb is the order of the day at this Northern Chinese restaurant, and few parts of the beast escape the chef's attention, so at a multicourse offal dinner with the Gastronauts, the clean flavors of sautéed string beans ($6.95) and parsley with pepper ($4.55) were especially refreshing. An off-menu entrée of lamb stomach with parsley and vinegar also cut through the soft, discomforting mouthfeel of many dishes.
I'd revisit the lamb tongue (off-menu), spicy shredded lamb stomach ($7.95), and lamb testicle with hot pepper sauce ($11.95) — also known as kung pao lamb testicle, though our table dubbed this dish "nuts with nuts." Also shown, above and below: lamb eye in brown sauce ($12.95), lamb brain ($9.95), grilled lamb kidney ($1.50 per skewer), and grilled lamb testicle ($4.50 per skewer).
A Fan Ti
136-80 41st Ave. (Main-Union Sts.), Flushing, Queens