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Chin Chin Sunset Closed?

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Gibbs Dec 26, 2008 07:22 PM

Noticed today that Chin Chin on Sunset had paper over the windows. When we got home we called and the message said to call the Brentwood or Beverly Hills locations for to go orders?

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    Adsvino Dec 28, 2008 03:50 AM

    Can't imagine anyone missing this place....

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      carter Dec 27, 2008 02:52 PM

      Lucky -
      the others should close as well. It is under new ownership, so maybe someone is trying to right the ship by remodeling it and starting over. Main office is 310.237.7013 if you care any further.
      But any resemblance between its food and Chinese food, even the Americanized version, was strictly coincidental. Their "famous chinese chicken salad" (their term) required tweezers to get the chicken out.
      Dressing and wontons were ok, but...

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        ExtraCheesePlease Dec 27, 2008 01:47 PM

        I liked the original Chin Chins on Sunset from years and years ago before it remodeled and tried to go upstairs. Dim Sum and then sum was a good bargain and I liked their fried pork dumplings and bbq ribs. I haven't been there is over a year because they raised all the prices and the quality wasn't up to par. Sunset Plaza was just too difficult to park and drive to and from.

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          maudies5 Dec 27, 2008 11:16 AM

          The Beverly Hills location isn't too bad. The Brentwood location is horrible. Sunset was the worst.

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            djwahine Dec 26, 2008 08:58 PM

            thank god. there are few things worse than mediocre "chinese" (BIG QUOTES, here) food. please, be a little adventurous and go to chinatown or san gabriel for some legit dim sum. you will be rewarded.

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              The Old Man Dec 27, 2008 04:15 PM

              "thank god. there are few things worse than mediocre "chinese"

              I never thought of them as "authentic" Chinese, nor was it suppose to be. More a Cal interpretation, which I like sometimes.

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