Cin-Cin is a contemporary and inviting wine bar and restaurant serving locals in Los Gatos, California. Guests of Cin-Cin can enjoy internationally inspired flavors using seasonal ingredients found locally. Professional chefs offer gourmet menu items that include fried duck prosciutto puffs, lettuce wraps, baby kale salad, pan seared scallops, wild salmon, mac and cheese, mushroom risotto, gnocchi and more.
Cin-Cin sports a wine bar with imported and locally made flavors for guests to enjoy alongside any dish at the restaurant. Featured wines include Lumen, Santa Barbara, Grenache and other 2014 flavors that come candied with brown sugar and allspice for a sweet and aromatic experience.
Great food, service and wine. A little too noisy for us to hear our whole group.
My wife & I met some friends for a great evening out at Cin Cin....the service was terrific with a great & varied menu, my wife is a vegetarian. The food & drink & wine selections are really awesome. We have been going there since they opened & never had a bad experience, highly recommended.
Excellent ambiance in the bar as well as the dining room. Not only was the happy hour food fabulous, but the cocktails and service was outstanding.
This place offers amazing food and wine, that is at a very affordable cost. The ambiance is amazing, where you can sit and stare at your date, or enjoy a group of friends. I will definitely come here again and again.
Cin Cin can be rather loud but we were seated in a quieter room off the main dining room, away from the bar. Our waiter, Tyler, was fantastic. He made food recommendations - he knows the menu and the wines. We were surprised to see Fre wine (non-alcoholic) listed. We have never ever found a restaurant that has a non-alcoholic wine. It's the only kind of wine a member of our party can drink. We were delighted. We ordered small plates - the sliders and the mac 'n cheese are delicious as are the truffle fries. The roasted vegetables are fabulous. Tyler recommended bread pudding for dessert - great choice. Everything was so good. We will certainly be going back.
I suggested Cin Cin to some friends who had never tried it, saying that the food was delicious, service good and fair prices. Then we went. We went on a Wednesday night and it was not busy. However, we waited over 20 minutes for our first round of drinks. When ordering, the waitress started talking to someone passing by, completely ignoring the person who was trying to order. We waited 15 minutes for some bread that one of us wanted to go with our salad. Then another 15 minutes for a second beer.
The food was fine. But I ultimately had to apologize to the other couple for having suggested the restaurant. I'm not recommending it again. Service was truly terrible and there are no excuses - it was not a busy night.
Fabulous meal at Cin Cin! A busy Saturday night. Good thing we came ten minutes early for our 7PM reservation. I think we got the last table. Delish Mushroom Risotto, Salmon dinner and the sliders. Yum! Bread Pudding and Chocolate Cream for dessert. Fabulous!
Arrived early for Sat 6 pm reservation, so were able to take advantage of happy hour drink pricing. Ordered sliders and Korean tacos per reviews - very good, as was mac & cheese and truffle fries. Very lively, ergo, too noisy! Glad we weren't seated at tables using upholstered stools with a 3-4 inch back - no support and would have been very uncomfortable for dining. We'll go back for the food, wine selection, and great service.
I have never been here on weekends, but found the restaurant very pleasant and appealing to those with a varied taste for cuisine. No rushed feeling and while it is not a quiet place, you can have a fun conversation . . . afterall, isn't that what going out is for?
On the positive side, a reservation for eight was accepted and a seemingly reasonable 20% was added to the tab to cover the tip. The salmon and scallops were excellent. The waiter was apparently a rookie i.e., he forgot to take one guest's order, forgot to bring another guest's drink order, and brought one guest a cold pork tenderloin, not once, but twice. For the cold food order, the manager dropped the corkage fee for the table and provided a free dessert to the one guest. We have dined a Cin Cin before and enjoyed the experience. With so many great restaurants in the area, I doubt we'll return.