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Describing itself as, "quintessentially Australian with a Southeast Asian injection", Chin Chin is a place for comfort food with decadent edge. Housed in a heritage-listed building, the eatery has made a name for itself as one of the funnest places to eat in Sydney.
The Surry Hills restaurant is popular with groups on account of its fabulous Yum Cha boozy lunch, which takes place every weekend. Tuck into dumplings, prawn toast and mango custard buns, washed down with fruity spritzes and sharing cocktails.
If you're looking to host a larger soirée, their private hire room, GoGo, offers a slinky space for up to 100 guests, complete with chic booth seating and specially-made menus.
- Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Event Space
- Eating and Drinking , Date night , Chilling with mates
- Surry Hills
- Happily Affordable $$
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Chin Chin, 69 Commonwealth Street, NSW 2010
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* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.