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  • Chinese, Dim Sum, Japanese, Sushi
  • 246 Columbus Ave, New York NY10023 40.7770717 -73.9790669
  • (Btwn 71st & 72nd St)
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  • (212) 580-1516
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User Ratings (Based on 51 reviews)

2.705
Food 2.8 Value 2.5
Service 2.7 Atmosphere 2.7

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 580-1516
voice
(212) 580-5105
Fax:
fax
(212) 580-5298
Website:
www.chinafun-ny.com
Notes:
Delivery Take Out Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Daily: 11:30am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Group Dining, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Take Out
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • China Fun

    Posted by Yum Yum on 06/09/2013

    Quick delivery!

    Decent food at ok prices. Very fast delivery and generally accurate orders. Given the lack of options in the hood, it's not so bad

  • China Fun

    Posted by Theonie on 07/04/2012

    Not recommended

    I've been a China fun customer for nearly two decades-both in restaurant and deliery. Recently they most of the food from the Chinese side of the menu has been inedible--swimming in rancid oil. Steamed and baked appetizers and dim sum are still ok, but anything else is unappetizing. Have tried to communicate my concerns to managment, but all they say is fried food if fried in oil, Well yes, but the oil has to be the proper temperature.

  • China Fun

    Posted by local on 03/30/2012

    I like the noodle soups!

    I haven't had any of the problems others point out. They sound like cranky people to me. I most like the noodle soup, the rest of food is fine, not the best, but plenty of healthy options, and certainly have had worse.

  • China Fun

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/04/2011

    Worst value in town

    Overpriced and not very good. The moo shu pork should have come with 4 pancakes not two, you know how much I paid for those pancakes $10.95; you heard me 10.95!

  • China Fun

    Posted by anonymous on 06/15/2011

    Don't bother

    First - an hour for chinese food in NYC is ridiculous especially in good weather. I had to call twice and speak to 3 different people to find out the status of my order. When I finally got someone was told "he left a while ago." The delivery person also had to call although the address was clearly on the receipt (i ordered online) but apparently he couldn't read the difference between D and C (he rang my neighbors door 3x. when the food got here it was barely room temperature. the dumplings were doughy and greasy, the egg rolls were tough and cold and we didn't bother with the chicken and broccoli as the broccoli was a brownish green and the sauce had already congealed around the meat. We ended up throwing most of it out - a total waste of time and money although we clearly did the food a favor.

  • China Fun

    Posted by PeteH@UWS on 01/03/2011

    Comments on delivery and quality

    To those complaining about delivery: I have not had any bad experiences with China Fun delivery for at least ten years. Of course, I tend to tip reasonably well for delivery, 20% with a minimum of $5 regardless (more in bad weather). Don't forget, this is their living, it's not really a tip, so that's very reasonable, especially in inclement weather (like the recent blizzard). The solution is to automatically add a service charge to the bill, as Flor de Mayo does. As to food quality: China Fun is typical for most UWS Chinese places outside of Chinatown (Manh. or Flushing), with a few exceptions. Much better than Ollies, not as good as Grand Sichuan in Chlesea, (or other restaurants now departed), for example. It easily meets or exceeds my expectations in it's tier among Chinese restaurants. I do, however, agree that it's not as good as it once was back in the day.

  • China Fun

    Posted by anonymous on 01/01/2011

    Most authentic Chinese food on UWS

    you shouldn't come here looking for ambiance or the traditional greasy fast food chinese shops. but, this is the most authentic chinese food on the uws, even offering the traditional breakfast (soymilk, congee, crispy cruller chinese style) that you usually have to go to chinatown or flushing for. I was originally turned off by the name and what i thought was another americanized chinese restaurant, but was pleasantly surprised when a friend recommended it.

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