Chin Chin Street Side Kitchen, the fast-casual spin-off from the famous LA restaurant Chin Chin, is finally opening its first set of Canadian doors in Toronto.
A regular setting on episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Chin Chin is a Los Angeles institution, where it’s been in business since 1983.
Aside from its celebrity clientele, the restaurant’s claim to fame is popularizing Chinese-Californian cuisine with locations in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Las Vegas.
The restaurant announced it would be coming to Toronto in late 2017, and the city has been waiting patiently for its grand opening ever since.
The brand prides itself on sourcing ingredients from local suppliers and using fresh produce and naturally raised, hormone-free and antibiotic-free meats, as well as eco-friendly packaging.
Not to mention that the bulk of menu items are gluten-free, the restaurant is 100% halal certified, and there are lots of vegan options to be had.
From jasmine rice bowls and spiralized veggie noodles to poke bowls and fresh salads, the mouthwatering items on-deck are the perfect foods to welcome back warm weather with.
And we can’t forget about the desserts.
The spot also has sweet drinks on deck, like turmeric root beer, brewed iced teas and iced tea lattes including the blue butterfly latte.
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Playful rice krispies and fondant treats shaped like sushi are just a couple of the cute dessert options you’ll find in store.
The spot will be open from 11 am until 11 pm, so make sure you stop by to try some celebrity-loved delights.
And from March 11 to March 13, the signature gluten-free dishes Orange Chicken, General Tso’s Chicken or Mama Tso’s Tofu will be served over steamed jasmine rice for just $5 plus tax. One dollar from each bowl sold will be donated to the Daily Bread Food Bank.
With files from Liora Ipsum
Address: 363 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
When: Opening Saturday, March 9 at 11 am