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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 Anonymous on 02/20/2008

    Stick with The BBQ

    My gf and I eat here all the time and we always split the mixed BBQ meat and a vegtable. Amazing. You can't go wrong with it. I have had some of the standard chinese fare for lunch and as the other reviews claim, they aren't very good. Stick with the BBQ meats.

  • China Fun

    Posted by rk on 12/17/2007

    Mixed bag - get to know the menu

    I agree with the chinese reviewers here. China Fun is miles better than most of the mechanical UWS chinese restaurants if you stay away from the Americanized dishes. China Fun has a pretty serious commitment to dim sum, and their menu is expanded on weekends (try the roast pork cruller sandwich). Their dumplings are definitely a cut above most non-Chinatown restaurants. And if you stick with the chef specials menu or clearly regional dishes, and stay away from the KungPao/General Tsos/Beef and Broccoli axis, you may be pleasantly surprised. Other favorites are curry chicken pastries, turnip cakes, fried chicken wontons (almost like gyoza), shrimp toast, shrimp balls, pork&chive dumplings. Delivery is reasonably fast and always accurate. And they have a system where they know your address and CC# from your phone# - every restaurant should do this. After the renovation, the restaurant itself is a pleasant place to be.

  • China Fun

    Posted by VictoiseC on 11/17/2007

    too picky?! beware: take the train

    After noticing the big renovation to turn a dim, dirtyish looking place that I would never enter into a reasonably pretty Chinese palace sort of place... I ventured forth today for lunch keeping my fingers crossed. The manager is not pleasant. My sesame noodles had only a tiny bit of peanut sauce on them, I brought most home and will put my own peanut sauce on. The egg roll was thick & could've been a toilet paper roll for all the taste it had. The tom yum shrimp soup? I refused to eat it. Esp at $7.50 for a small portion. But it completely! tasted like water with LOTS of red pepper sprinkled in to mask it's weakness. The manager was shocked and ready to argue, but I politiely said "I eat that soup everywhere, and this one has no taste." He grudgingly took it away.

  • China Fun

    Posted by anonymous on 08/15/2007

    So-so Chinese

    There aren't many Chinese restaurants on the UWS, but this will do. I got the feeling it was a traditional Chinese restaurant trying to be a fancier dining experience, but fell a little short. The food is satisfactory (obviously not the caliber you'll get in Chinatown), but if you don't want to travel a long ways for Chinese food in that part of town, without spending a ton of money, this is probably your best bet.

  • China Fun

    Posted by Michele on 07/22/2007

    Great Chinese Delivery

    We love China Fun. The food is good; the noodle soup is very tasty and my fiance' like their General Tsao's chicken. The deliver was FAST! Great chinese delivery. We also ate there and loved it. Good food. Big menu, reasonable prices and portions. The restaurant also had a nice ambiance, was CLEAN and the service was very attentive. Definitely recommend.

  • China Fun

    Posted by Victor on 05/31/2007

    Not recommended

    The food is poor. The attitude is even worse. 1) They use tons of chestnuts to disguise as scallops in the prawn&scallop combination dish, 2) They squeez the vegetable dish in a tiny plastic take-out box and completely kill the vegetables, 3) They mix the gigantic chicken slices with litttle pineapple and green and red pepper cubes and overbook everything together, 4) To make things worse, when I pointed the above out and tried to make the manager aware, he told me that I was too picky.

  • China Fun

    Posted by Shiloh on 05/06/2007

    Poor sushi

    This review is to let everyone know that China Fun has the worst sushi on the West Side. Last time I checked sushi was not suppose to have any bones. China Fun is no Fun, but if you like pulling out bones from your sushi.. Order China Fun. Oh and the sushi was not fresh.

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