the first thing to hit you in this restaurant is that the manchow soup is not premixed with soya and vinegar, and hence appears white / transparent in colour. In that sense, chin chin reflects the authenticity of the chinese dishes that is served. there are Thai and indonesian dishes as well that make use of generous red / geen curries and peanut sauces.
The ambience is not so bad with a TV at the wall. Go for the tables near the walls that give you somne privacy. The tables near the gangway give you no privacy as other guests trudge along seeing you eat , while on the way to their tables. Slightly pricey, the other negative is that the music from the pub drowns the chinese background music making you swing like a pendulum between underground thumps and the hilly serene.
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