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This quaint little neighborhood eatery lives up to it tag line of’ Nothing Fancy, Just Good Food’ as it serves up sumptuous, belly warming Chinese comfort food. With a vast menu and plenty of options to choose from, start your meal with appetizers like the crispy hot spring rolls and soft and juicy steamed chicken dim sums. For main course, you can tuck into a large bowl of chicken fried rice and an order of delicious tangy Hong Kong chicken or the sweet and spicy crispy lamb.
The name has been changed to Chinese Panda. Ordered a few Chinese dishes. As per my request, they served comparatively less spiced food. The soup was very good.
Fabulous food at very fair prices. Portions are good. Must try the Chicken Sweet & Sour (off-menu, but they'll prepare it on request).
We went for a team lunch to Chin Chin and had to wait for 5 mins for a table, the Chicken dimsums were great and so were the Veg Hakka Noodles and Veg Fried Rice and Veg schezwan rice were great as well, the service is quick and efficient and the pricing is right, a good place to have Chinese if you are in Sector 29
Yesterday I went to Chin Chin for dinner with my family. It was our first visit there. The decor is quite simple without anything flashy. It being a Wednesday there were hardly any patrons. We ordered chicken hot n sour soup and fried wontons. The soup was more of a broth of cabbage than anything else. The wontons were good. There was a bottle of water on the table with all labels and tags removed. We consumed it and were subsequently charged Rs 52 for it. What a way to make money !!!! We ordered American chop suey, Chicken in garlic sauce, Sezchuan fried rice, Fish chilli dry, crispy lamb and egg fried rice. The portions of food were generous and quite tasty. However what let us down was the chipped crockery and poor service. Not once did the waiters anticipate our needs. We had to ask for anything that we wanted, even water. Got normal water when had asked for chilled water. The airconditioning was switched off after the first few minutes of our stay and left us literally sweating. This inspite of there being very few customers as I mentioned earlier. The only saving grace, if you might call it that, was that they did not levy Service charge in the bill. Overall good food but spoilt by poor service and chipped plates with no airconditioning.
The chinese is decent here and not too out there. The service is excellent and the staff are very polite.
Good comforting Chinese food can be solution to many problems. Whenever you feel low or confused, we recommend a bowl of piping hot gravy to be mopped up by spicy fried noodles. Who can resist that? Delhiets love their share of Chinese food and slowly that love has steeped into Gurgaon too, which is today somewhat of a mecca for trendy global gastronomy. In middle of your stroll in Sector 29, Gurgaon, don’t waste your time browsing through several eateries on offer, if you have Chinese food on your mind. Just find ‘Chin Chin’, where you can dig into wholesome old-fashioned Chinese fare, for what we consider, affordable prices. Chin Chin is a popular low-key spot well-known amongst the foodies for its food and feel good vibe prevalent out here.
Chin Chin is the answer to your problem if you are on lookout for soul-stirring Chinese somewhere in Gurgaon. In decent pocket-friendly prices, one can feast on old-fashioned toothsome oriental fare along with family or friends. With fun live gigs and free Wi-Fi they keep their patrons well occupied. Any lull in the conversation is easily filled by soothing live music. In first course tuck into, butterfly prawns, spring rolls, chicken noodle soup, crispy lamb, salt & pepper winglets, seafood soup, fried wontons, manchow soup, salt & pepper prawns and chilli chicken dry. For something a little more substantial dig further into the mains such as, chicken cashewnuts, tofu garlic sauce, double dragon prawns, sweet n sour fish, lamb general Tsao’s, chicken lemon sauce and Beijing eggplant. Enjoy them with egg fried rice or Cantonese noodles or home style chopsuey.
They have separate lunch sets pre-designed for regulars or for those who are on a time crunch. Wash down the meal with a virgin mojito or a pot of refreshing complimentary jasmine tea to conclude your meal. Chin Chin has the interiors that are casual and dimly lit. Colour palette of red and beige are used throughout the space to lend a vibrant yet welcoming look. A network of dark wooden beams and modern red lamps covers the entire ceiling, while below the furniture is sturdy and comfy. Overall, Chin Chin is a nicely furnished place serving homely delicious Chinese food for, what we consider is, very affordable prices.