Chin Chin for Chinese
Here’s a Chinese restaurant grouping that prides itself on using no MSG and preparing Dim Sum to order. Chin Chin opened in 1983 and now has four locations in the Los Angeles area, as well as one in Las Vegas. Dim Sum remains one of Chin Chin’s most popular menu sections. Choices are extensive, including Shrimp Toast, Won Ton Stars (crab), and Assorted Pleasures. The variety of dumplings is as plentiful as the soups.
An exciting assortment of noodle dishes contributes to Chin Chin’s versatility beyond strictly Chinese cuisine. Flavors and ingredients represent different styles on the Asian continent. Chin Chin’s salads are unusual and particularly noble eating—the Chinese Chicken Salad is a specialty.
Note the fine print heading each section of the menu, informing you that a half salad or fried rice can accompany your entrée for an extra $4.25. When possible, follow the advice of some diners who enjoy taking advantage of the patio seating at some of Chin Chin’s sites. Check the website for information about all CA locations.
Chin Chin Restaurant West Hollywood
8618 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069