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In general I’m always a little bit skeptical of any restaurant with the word 'œfun' in its name. What’s so fun about a Chinese food buffet that sells food for $4.98 a pound? Sure it’s inexpensive, but fun? Come on, Chuck E. Cheese’s is fun. Chuck E. Cheese’s has a 6 foot tall rat walking around giving out balloons and hugs, and slides that drop you into a ball pit that smells like feet and is probably full of lice and pink eye. That shit is fun. Chinese fast food: not quite as fun. I gotta tell you China Fun Express; you should either change your name or put some slides in your restaurant.

China Fun Express
211 Kearny @ Sutter
[Financial District]

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  1. Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
    January 11, 2010 at 1:41 pm — Reply

    Kevin- for some reason none of that surprises me.

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