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  Sun’s out! China Fun is IN this Summer 2016  

 

china funThis summer China Fun delivers tasty twists on traditional Chinese cuisine. Visit New York’s Upper East Side, on the corner of 64th and Second Avenue, to experience delicious new menu items. Ample sidewalk seating allows guests to enjoy delectable food and sunny weather. Diners at China Fun are greeted with a wide array of options, perfect for dining out or in this summer. The entire menu is available for delivery or takeout for those nights when your kitchen table is already set.

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Plan a night out and experience what it truly means to be China Fun this summer. The succulent Peking Duck tastes like perfection with every bite.  Chicken in Peach Sauce is served with a sesame seed garnish which tantalizes the palate with its combination of sweet and savory flavors. Have your choice of pork or pork and crabmeat in the Soup Dumplings, unconventionally served all day long. Be sure to request – 24 hours prior – China Fun’s succulent Red Cooked Pork Belly which is available all year round, but only on the menu during the Chinese New Year. It is China Fun’s signature secret, shhh!

Each cocktail is beautifully crafted with a fruity garnish, paper fan or cocktail umbrella invoking a Polynesian feel such as its Spicy Mango Mojito served with Leblon 100% Brazilian Cane Rum, mango, mint, lime and dash of Tabasco. Saketome features sake along with Grey Goose, lime juice and served either shaken or straight up with a pickled ginger garnish. 

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China Fun has cemented its reputation as one of the top neighborhood Chinese restaurants on the exclusive Upper East Side of New York City. The consistent success of the eatery can be attributed to the restaurant’s Executive Chef Mr. Wing Fong Chen, and Dorothea and Felix Wu who have been with the restaurant since its opening in 1991. Like their food, the restaurant’s décor blends old world Chinese culture with the modernity of New York City chic. China Fun brings unique, delightful twists on traditional Chinese food universally enjoyed by guests.

About China Fun

Upper East Side neighborhood Chinese eatery China Fun boasts a wide ranging menu of delicacies originating in various regions of the country. The eclectic menu, created by the Wu family and executed by Executive Chef Wing Fong Chen, who has been with the restaurant since its opening, is highlighted by dim sum, soup dumplings, Cantonese BBQ, noodles, wok dishes among other options. Under the direction of the Wu family, guests can trust in the restaurant’s ability to ensure each visit is great each and every time they dine at China Fun. China Fun is open daily from 11:30 AM to 11:00 PM at 1221 Second Avenue at 64th Street.

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