03 August 2016
WIN A BREWED FOR FOOD SHIKI ‘FEED ME’ CRUIZE. You + 10 Friends + 3 venues + 1 Day + 1 surprise.
01 February 2016
SHIK beer now on tap at Chin Chin, GoGo Bar, Hawker Hall & Kong BBQ.
20 November 2015
The doors of our newest addition, Hawker Hall, have officially swung open. Hawker Hall is our representation of a food and beer hall taking inspiration from the hawker centres of Singapore & Malaysia.
14 November 2015
We've taken the gang on tour! Get down to the Night Noodle Markets to try the trio! Located at the top of the Birrarung Marr Hill our stall is serving your favourites.
10 September 2015
22 July 2015
Nite Art is coming to our Wall of Art this Thursday, July 23, and with it one of our picks for the VCA Masters Exhibition, Roy Chu.
29 May 2015
It's official we're coming to Sydney in 2016 Executive Chef Benjamin Cooper and crew will be relocating to open Chin Chin in our new Surry Hills home. Keep an eye on our social channels for all updates. @chinchinrestaurant
15 May 2015
Set down below in GoGo, enjoy a banquet especially crafted by Benjamin Cooper to complement five Quiet Deeds brews. Drink and dine amidst beer-inspired art created by Melbourne's up-and-coming artists in honour of Good Beer Week and listen as Quiet Deeds brewer Bobby Henry talks all things beer and food matching. Take the best long lunch you'll ever have.
02 April 2015
Pidapipo Gelato is making the trip south from Lygon Street to bring a six flavour gelato cart to the Baby al fresco dining area. Most importantly, Lisa and our Baby dessert chefs have been working together on a limited edition flavour. Hazelnut and Nutella Gelato w. Biscotti Crumble will be featured in the cart and the Baby menu. Launching Thursday April 2, the cart will run each evening over the Easter and school holiday period.
12 February 2015
The Chin Chin Wall of Art is proud to be part of White Night Melbourne's Wonderland Precinct. Exhibiting Andy Buchanan a digital artist, award winning animator and researcher from Melbourne, Australia. His current work focuses on the use of animated and sequential art as a research method for the investigation of temporal consciousness and improvisation. Other animated work follows a history of surrealism and abstract expressionism and with a focus on movement and meditative art making practice.