BRENTWOOD—Chin Chin Restaurant has set an example for its community by celebrating its achievements through helping others.
"I would certainly love to see other businesses following suit and also supporting our local first responders. The commitment and dedication our police officers and fire fighters make is invaluable to our neighborhoods," said Brentwood councilmember Mike Bonin. "One of the first motions I made as a Councilmember was to equip our firefighters with modern technology such as iPads, to help them protect our communities with the best resources available. It would be fantastic to see local businesses not only support first responders with food donations, like Chin Chin is doing, but also with the tools they need to keep us safe."
After opening in 1983, Chin Chin has established its name by providing quality Chinese cuisine as well as its consistent giving nature. “I imagine that Chin Chin's customers will enjoy knowing that the restaurant is giving back to their neighborhood by feeding their first responders,” said Bonin.
Join the 30-year celebration with Chin Chin's new and improved menu which includes newly added gluten free options. In addition, its menu has incorporated a children's menu including drawing competitions and fun prizes. Favorite dishes such as Dim Sum, Mongolian Beef and Orange Chicken are prepared to order with no added MSG.
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