Chin Chin is a popular asian restaurant and cocktail bar at 125 Flinders Lane, Melbourne.
At Chin Chin, it’s all about sharing and enjoying the experience, whilst having fun tasting lots of different dishes from the exotic and varied flavours of their menu.
Would you recommend it?
Yes. It’s unique asian flavours are amazing - you can be guaranteed to enjoy this wonderful culinary and cocktail experience. At Chin Chin, your menu becomes your placemat – which is perfect for those moments when you ponder, ‘What am I eating again’? We also enjoyed the richness of both the coriander and ginger cocktails.
Should I make a booking?
No. Chin Chin is a walk-in restaurant and is unlikely to accept most bookings. It can get quite busy during its peak on Fridays and Saturdays, so it’s recommended that you visit earlier in the week.
Do you know the meaning of Chin Chin in Japanese?
Maybe you should google that yourself.
- Chin Chin pork ‘roll ups’ – Red braised suckling pig with pancakes, slaw and asian herbs ($15)
- Kingfish sashimi with lime, chilli, coconut and thai basil ($18)
- Chicken, sweet corn and shiitake dumplings with spring onion and ginger dressing ($14)
- Crispy skinned duck, pickled cucumber and ginger salad with sesame salt and fresh lemon ($33)
- Twice cooked Hopkins River beef short rib with coriander and prik nahm pla ($29)