Chin’s Seafood & Grill
Breakfast Hours: 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Saturday–Sunday.
Fare: For weekend breakfast only: Shanghai-style cold dishes, noodles, soups, and dumplings. Most breakfast items priced under $8.
Vibe: Fairly dark, almost corporate-looking restaurant, but casual. Most patrons here for the weekend breakfast converse in Mandarin.
Must try: Five Spice Beef, mushroom steamed bun, five-spice beef shaobing, chao nian gao, cold braised duck.
Need to know: Again, breakfast served only on weekends, 9:30am–2:30pm. (Lunch and dinner served Monday–Friday, 11am–9:30pm; till 10pm, Saturday–Sunday.) Parking in the lot can be iffy. Stalls are small, and folks tend to take extra space.