We wanted to try this restaurant because it was recently written up in New York magazine as a cheap eat.
The cuisine here hails from northern china with influences of other regions and ethnicities. There aren't that many restaurants in New York that specialize in this type of cuisine.
You cannot miss the Muslim lamb chop which appears to be a full rack of braised lamb ribs that have been encrusted with spices. There are enough spices on this dish to fill a small spice rack. The meat is "chopstick" tender and falls off of the bone.
Prices do not disappoint. But don't expect much for decor and they do not have as many traditional style dishes here so bring your adventurous appetite.