Chin Chin Sydney: Everything you need to know

One of Sydney's biggest restaurant openings of the year is almost here!

Melbourne restaurant Chin Chin is bringing its famed food offering north, much to the delight of Sydneysiders.

The food at Chin Chin Sydney will keep the same style and DNA as Melbourne, but the new venue will move away from its Thai roots.

Head Chef Graeme Hunt has created new dishes that will be unique to Sydney, incorporating elements of the restaurant’s design, such as the fire pit and gas rotisserie.

The new space was designed by George Livissianis, taking advantage of the incredible heritage of the Griffiths Teas building and its stunning original windows.

Head Chef Graeme Hunt

So ahead of its grand opening, we have all the details on what's sure to be Sydney's hottest new dining experience.

When will it open?

Chin Chin Sydney will open mid-September.

Opening hours will be 7 days a week, 11am til late.

Where will it be?

Chin Chin Sydney is in the historic Griffiths Teas building in Surry Hills, located at 69 Commonwealth Street.

The main dining room will feature an open kitchen with a smaller a joining annex dining room called GoGo. Downstairs will house a large functions space below called Chii town.

What will be on the menu?

Expect new additions alongside Melbourne favourites, including:

  • Kingfish Sashimi
  • Twice Cooked Beef Short Rib w. Shaved Coconut Salad + Prik Nam Pla
  • Wok Fried Spanner Crab Omelette w. Snow Pea, Coriander + Sriracha
  • Roast Pork Belly with Fennel + Plum Pickle + Chin Chin Scud Chilli Death Sauce
  • Stir Fry of Bug Tail + Chopped Prawn, Egg Noodle + Hellfire Chilli Oil
  • Roasted Pumpkin Satay w. Peanut Sauce, Red Chilli + Thai Basil

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