Chin’s 34th street fishery – food

If you don’t mind eating from plastic plates or your chowder in a plastic bowl ( but I admit it’s a bright color ), but you care about seafood, then Chin’s is a great place.

If you don’t mind bread rolls slathered in oil with big pieces of garlic on top, then you might find Chin’s fun.

I like it, but of course I don’t mind my drinking water in a throwaway glass, but I was thrilled my beer came with a glass tumbler.

A step down? Not at all – my favorite place for fish in Chicagoland.

clam chowder  and heavily laden garlic rolls

clam chowder and heavily laden garlic rolls

When the texture of the potatoes is just right, the chowder is pure delight !

Then two en trays to share, blackened halibut, and crab legs. Like the old quote from the Japanese anime “Full Metal Alchemist”, these two courses allowed Jan and I “equivalent exchange”

blackened halibut fresh from Alaska

blackened halibut fresh from Alaska

delicious crab legs

delicious crab legs

16 Comments on “Chin’s 34th street fishery – food”

  1. Shannon says:

    Yum! We should go there!

  2. Another great meal! (ps. I like all your poetry!)

  3. I pressed the like button because I love how you support your local eateries! Not because of the seafood. Would you believe I don’t eat fish or seafood? It totally grosses me out! I know I know, people always look at me as if I’m insane when I admit that!

  4. susank456 says:

    I’m in for the crab legs!

  5. Eric Alagan says:

    I love seafood and reckon we have some of the best seafood – price vs quality – in the world. Seafood buffets are big business in Singapore.

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