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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. Chinese food tends to rank low in fine dining, but Chin Chin is a delightful exception to the usual weekday takeout of chicken lo mein. Even with three dining rooms, this Midtown restaurant has a leisurely and reserved ambience, along with attentive, charming service. The elegant menu is rooted in Chinese fare, with dishes like the thousand-year-old egg (just hyperbole, don’t worry), but often boldly fused with other cuisines, like Chin Chin’s take on the French classic duck a l’orange.