After having some fun ice skating at Manhattan's Bryant Park I decided to grab a bite to eat. I was in the mood for Chinese food and went to a restaurant that was very close to Bryant Park. The restaurant is called China Sun and is located on 39th Street and 6th Avenue.
This was my second time going to this restaurant and I chose to order the same thing as last time - corn egg drop soup and crispy sesame chicken. Both were delicious and I really enjoyed my meal. The decor was nice as well and the service was very good, which made my dining experience a pleasant one. I would definitely recommend this place to others. Granted I was the only customer in the restaurant this time around but it made no difference to me. I knew the place was good, having been there before, and it didn't matter to me if I was the only one there.
After enjoying my sesame chicken dish at this restaurant and knowing how good it tastes I became a big critic of this dish and started comparing it to the same dish served in other restaurants. Having ordered the same sesame chicken dish at a restaurant in Brooklyn (Kung Fu on Bath Avenue near 20th Avenue) I became very disappointed when it tasted nothing like the one in China Sun. It wasn't that good and I didn't enjoy it one bit. Granted the dish wasn't called crispy sesame chicken but simply sesame chicken and maybe that was the reason it wasn't that good, but the sauce was different too - not as good as in China Sun. Who would have thought that sesame chicken dishes would taste that much different depending on the restaurant and the borough where the restaurant was located? But it's true.