It’s rare to find an izakaya-style restaurant in Penang. In today’s food guide, Penang Foodie wants to show you the city’s best-kept secret – Chin Chin Gastropub. It’s truly a new gem added to nightlife in Penang. We went there for a drink and we felt in love with its vibes inside the restaurant.
Chin Chin Penang
Chin Chin is situated at Lintang Burma, Pulau Tikus, Georgetown. At Chin Chin Gastropub, they serve a constantly changing menu that draws inspiration from flavours and techniques from all over the world, while staying true to local Asian roots.
With the open kitchen concept, the diners can watch the chefs preparing the food, and chat with them. Their menu promises excellent quality in ingredients and mouth-watering grub will be served to the table. The speciality of its menu comprises 3 elements, which are soil, sea and land. For the full menu, please see here.
The team creates dishes that showcase local produce, premium imports and seasonal ingredients. All of their dishes are small plates made for sharing and are carefully designed to go well with drinks.
You can also opt for Omakase style. Omakase means “leave it to the chef”. Experience the essence of Chin Chin Gastropub with their multi-course omakase menu upon special request (reservations only).
OMAKASE : Leave it to the chef.
The menu reflects their approach to contemporary Asian cuisine, incorporating local flavours with French and Japanese techniques.
What’s the price range? The menu can range from RM200 to RM500 per person featuring their popular dishes and seasonal specials.
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ChinChin Bar Penang
In short, we think this bar is definitely worth your visit. The bar’s ambience is superb and the drink we had is awesome. We’ll definitely go back to try the chef’s masterpiece.
Address: 25-G, Lintang Burma, George Town, 10250 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
Operating hour: Sun – Thu 6pm – 12am ; Fri – Sat 6pm – 2am