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Chin Chin Restaurant Review: The various units of this Atlanta-founded operation have different owners, and therefore different menus, cooking quality and décor. This location serves standard Thai offerings, such as pad thai and penang curries. There are the usual Chinese-American dishes, and that wouldn't be so bad if the preparation were competent. But this version of cold noodles with spicy peanut sauce is perhaps the most characterless we've encountered. Scallion pancakes were crisp but oily. Chicken wings and green beans were among the better selections, and the half roast duck with bones, a chef's special, was decent. Banana or pineapple fritters are among desserts, but we found the banana fritters simply not worth the calories. The cooking is uneven, but when dishes come out properly made, they're a respectable value, especially at lunch. Service is swift, and the kids’ menu (12 and under) is extensive. This isn't a spot for a good bottle of wine, so go for a nice hot tea.