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Chin Chin 7 Restaurant Review: Chin Chin restaurants are owned by different individuals, so there may be variations from one to another as to quality and, especially, consistency, as well as with the menu. This one, for instance, offers a fair number of Japanese dishes, including a bento box. And there's a wide selection of sushi, sashimi and rolls. The hot Chinese appetizers work well for sharing, including the salt-and-pepper calamari. The cold noodles with hot sesame sauce make a lively counterpoint to more mild dishes, adding another dimension to a meal. While much of the menu is typical of Chinese American fare, with kung pao and moo shu offerings, most seem singularly well prepared. Chef's specials include such unusual items as Taiwanese chicken (a casserole with vegetables in a hot pot), and, as at the others, there are many vegetarian options. Other locations.