Restaurants

Don’t Wait, Chin Chin Is Taking Dine-In Bookings For Next Week

By Rick Stephens
19th Mar 2020


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There’s plenty of reasons to get excited about Monday 1 June rolling around, and one of them is Chin Chin reopening the doors for a dine-in feed.

Just prior to lockdown taking full effect, the restaurant operated at a booking capacity for the first time ever. And now, as restrictions begin to ease, Chin Chin will once again welcome bookings via their website. 

Chin Chin will be open seven days a week, with 60-minute lunch sittings between 11am and 4pm, and 90-minute dinner sittings from 5pm onwards. You can book here right now.

“It’s almost impossible for me to express what my feelings are upon hearing we can finally open on a reasonable basis in both Victoria and New South Wales. While this crisis has devastated our communities and our businesses, we are determined to reopen and welcome guests back to have a serious drink and once again enjoy some old-fashioned hospitality and delicious food.” said LUCAS CEO and Founder Chris Lucas

“Our industry and hardworking staff are passionate and dedicated to bringing our restaurants back to life and we just can’t wait to see everyone soon.” 

In line with the current restrictions, Hawker Hall, Kisumé, Baby Pizza and Chin Chin Sydney are also taking bookings for next week and beyond. 

Takeaway will continue to be available from the LUCAS restaurants for those who can’t nab a table or prefer to dine at home.

For further information, head to the LUCAS website.

Check out other Melbourne restaurants reopening from Monday 1 June here.

Image credit: supplied

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