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An island of a Taiwanese restaurant afloat in the ocean of Flushing's many Chinese eateries, Lu's is beloved for its authentic Taiwanese street-food-style cuisine. An exhaustive menu offers popular items like pork chop rice, beef and tomato over rice, rice sausage, oyster pancakes and stinky tofu, alongside more exotic delicacies like crispy intestine, jellyfish with scallion and roast pig tongue.