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Posted by Dan Kuseta
22. Jun, 2012
Last week Chin Chin held its first birthday bash in typically understated style – a 13 course degustation by Michelin star toting Thai chef David Thompson.
If possible Chin Chin was even more bustling than usual that night, packed with people having a good time and sharing some amazing food. In short, it was awesome.
We were lucky enough to be given the opportunity to capture the night in a photo essay, thanks to talented Melbourne photographer Oli Sansom. We hope you like the pics, and you should book now for Chin Chin’s second b’day post haste.
See more of Oli’s work at olisansom.com/blog.
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