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Lunch at Chin Chin with Media Exchange

It was a thrill to visit Chin Chin restaurant in Flinders St once again (my first visit was soon after it opened) with the Media Exchange team, celebrating another growth year. Chin Chin remains a Melbourne icon, as popular as ever. Since it opened in 2011 we've noticed it's always been busy, including during our several visits over the years.


Crispy Barramundi a triumph of taste and texture.

The delicious "Feed Me" menu enjoyed by the Media Exchange team included a string of hits kicking off with the delicious Kingfish Sashimi with Lime, Chilli, Coconut and Thai Basil.


Fried Calamari.

The DIY pancakes with Shredded Pork were another highlight, as was the Crispy Barramundi with green apple and caramelised pork belly. Fried Calamari was fresh and served with a tasty Red Nahm Jim sauce, as well as coriander and chilli.


Kingfish deliciousness.


This is all about big bold Asian flavours.

Chin Chin's creamy Butter Chicken with green chilli, cherry tomatoes and coconut has been a hit since day one.


Pad Seuw of Braised Wagyu Beef with Gai Lan, Rice Noodles and Crispy Shallots warms the soul.


DIY Pancakes.


Creamy coconut dessert.

Bringing the vibrancy and colour of South East Asia with a touch of fusion to Melbourne. Rock on Chin Chin.

All in all impressive, with a new experience being dining downstairs. Thanks to Clint and Media Exchange.