Nice atmosphere. Busy, even at 5pm on a Sunday. Good choice of gluten-free food. Enjoyed. Easy to find non-spicy food too.
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This restaurant was recommended by my daughter. It was a huge disaster and disappointment choosing this venue. Ordered the crab fried rice which did not have any crab. The rice was gluggy with lots of lumps. It looked as if it was pre-prepared and reheated...More
Had a fantastic meal here. Great vibes, cool drinks and amazing food. Be sure to line up early or get there much later in the night. The line is just to put your name on the list. - out wait was about 1 hour which...More
Chin Chin Melbourne became a local institution very quickly, and there is a reason why. The bar is extensive and the food is top notch - highlights in particular for me are the pork ribs and the fried chicken, but everything is sensational and the...More
Living in Singapore and being married to a Singaporean restaurant owner makes you immune to 'another asian fusion' restaurant BUT Chin Chin blew me away!! We started our Australia trip in Feb and although I'm married to a Singaporean I'm a born and raised Melbourne...More
Recommended to me by my cousin who lived in Melbourne for 2 years and said Chin Chin is his favorite restaurant, but warned that they don't take reservations and to be prepared to wait 1 1 /2 - 2 hours. We happened to be in...More
We chose a set menu as there was so many of us! Plenty to go around. The dishes were spicy and hot, and with fresh delicious balanced flavours. We loved it!
My first visit to Chin Chin and it won't be my last extremely amazing food and service. Best to arrive early to avoid a long wait for a table. I loved it so much that i came home with their cook books.
I had the most enjoyable dinner tonight with my friends. I especially loved the Wagyu Beef Pad See ew and the Broccolinis. They are extremely popular, so be prepared to wait. Or come early. We got there just in time for the last available table...More
Melbourne venue is better than Sydney having been to both. The feed me menu is definitely worthwhile doing and gives you a good selection and trust me, you won’t leave hungry! Once again I felt Melbourne’s feed me offered a better selection of dishes, the...More