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Northeast Taste is one of two restaurants in South Flushing specializing in the Dongbei cuisine of China's far northeastern provinces. The menu is offal-heavy, and you can enjoy braised calf heart, crisp fried intestines, lamb liver, and a variety of other organs. The cuisine also has its vegetable-driven side, too, including a species of corn succotash and "egg with egg," a delightful corn-flour http://nyv.newtimes.com/template/object-editor/mousse. The place is great for big groups, consisting of a series of semi-private rooms arranged in a snaking line, and the staff speaks decent English. Anything made with lamb is particularly delicious, including a plateful of oddly butchered mutton chops sprinkled with cumin seed and slow-roasted.