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Ring In 2021 The Right Way With One Of Chin Chin’s Amazing New Year’s Feasts

By Rasiha Eminoglu
17th Dec 2020

The brick facade of Chin Chin restaurant in Sydney, with glowing pink neon lights.

New Year’s Eve is nearly upon us, and we’re so ready to turn up and bid farewell to what has been a rollercoaster 2020. But, what with all the outfit choices and COVID-safe party planning, the last thing anyone would want to do is cook, right?

Luckily, the foodie legends at Sydney’s Chin Chin are here to make your New Year’s Eve shindigs a breeze with a couple of awesome banquet-style packages full of all the epic, boundary-pushing South East Asian flavours they’re known for. 

You and your crew can focus on having fun while Chin Chin takes care of the rest (as it should be!) with either the $88 or $120 per person packages stacked with delicious favourites and refreshing GoGo bar cocktails. With pumping music, great vibes, tasty food, cocktails to match, and that cool pink neon glow, we reckon it’s the perfect place to settle in for a fuss-free end to 2020 or even just to make a pit stop for a cocktail or two before heading to that perfect firework-viewing vantage point.

And if you’re planning on partying into the wee hours, Chin Chin will be extending their regular yum cha weekends to New Year’s Day so you can start 2021 (and that glorious long weekend) off right. Keep the fiesta going from 11am with a feast of prawn har gau, Chin Chin house fried rice, prawn toast, salt and pepper squid, duck and chive dumplings, and a side of the best disco beats for a very breezy $55 per person.

For more info and to make a booking, head here.

And for more feasts, parties, and events happening in Sydney on New Year's Eve, head over here

Image credit: Chin Chin

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