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Posted by anonymous on 10/06/2005
Great atmosphere...great service and even better food!! You will love this place, it will be your new favorite spot.
Posted by Veranda on 09/21/2005
My boss took me there for lunch. The place is immaculate. Excellent service. We didn't have to ask for anything. Food was delicious and plentiful. I am definitely returning! That is now my #1 Chinese spot!
Posted by Karin on 08/19/2005
Found out about this place through a friend, and I regularly walk over from the west side for lunch and/or dinner. Food is great, service is impeccable, and restaurant is clean, unlike other chinese restaurants. Laid back atmosphere and friendly staff! This place is a gem on the east side.
Posted by tommy NYC on 07/25/2005
The food here is great... I've seen people write that it was a little expensive, but I don't think it is. Dinner for 2 with 2 appetizers will run you like $80. Not bad at all.. Also, the Grand Marnier shrimp is RIDICULOUS. I crave it about twice a week.. Try the Shredded chicken with garlic sauce also. And finally, not only is the food and service great, the owner Jimmy Chin is the man... He goes out of his way to make every patron feel good... He greets everyone coming in, sometimes even walks guests to there table.. great guy.. fabulous restuarant.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/01/2005
The Grand Marnier shrimp are what the previous reviewer was raving about, and they are quite good. Wonderful food and service. Prices are a bit high, but it is well worth the splurge for the area's best Chinese.
Posted by shanese on 03/23/2005
When I was dating my husband we went all the time and when I say good I mean good and I am hard to please. The food is expensive but you can't put a price tag on good food and ambiance. You will not find Chinese food this good in the hood. It's a favorite I always tell people to go. The salt and peper shrimp and scallop, the best you will ever have. And the grand something shrimp I don't know how to spell it grand maye shrimp. I bet you will make it your favorite.
Posted by Ripa Rashid on 09/11/2004
I liked the friendly service, "posh" ambience and most importantly the food here. I couldn't help but try the veal medallions with peppercorn sauce that my friend was having. My fav was the diced chicken with walnut and leeks. Super-tender chicken breast meat with crispy walnuts -- quite an interesting combo! They had some interesting seafood choices, but I "felt like chicken tonight" and couldn't get enough of it at Chin Chin!