Weight Watchers POINTS and PointsPlus values for the following Jin Jin 88 items were calculated using the nutrition information from HealthyDiningFinder.com. This list was accurate as of 01/2012 and contains all of the items that nutrition information is provided for.




From HealthyDiningFinder.com: People are raving about Jin Jin 88 and it’s not just the locals. The upscale dine-in restaurant has been nominated for Top 100 Healthy Menus, Top 100 Asian Fusion, and Top 100 Overall Excellence awards. Everyone is talking because of the breath-taking ambiance, mouth-watering food, and timely service provided at the restaurant. While the upscale dine-in restaurant serves typical Americanized Chinese and Japanese cuisine, the kitchen doesn’t follow traditional Chinese cooking methods. The menu at Jin Jin 88 is quite innovative. They do research and learn from other upscale Asian eateries in Manhattan and let their own creativity take over from there. According to the owner, Jimmy, compliments from customers come in all the time regarding the food. Some have even told him his restaurant is the best in the state and that they travel long distances to dine there. All of the food at Jin Jin 88 is prepared with the freshest ingredients. The staff at Jin Jin 88 is concerned about their customers’ health and because of this, is very particular when it comes to choosing their ingredients. Everything is of the highest quality.

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WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS FOR JIN JIN 88

ITEM POINTS PointsPlus
Moo Shu Pork (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 5 6
Cal=250, Fat=9, Carbs=13, Fib=4, Prot=28
Mongolian Beef (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 7 8
Cal=320, Fat=10, Carbs=29, Fib=3, Prot=27
White Rice (1/2 cup) 2 3
Cal=120, Fat=0, Carbs=27, Fib=0, Prot=2
Shrimp with Mixed Vegetables (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 5 6
Cal=240, Fat=6, Carbs=22, Fib=2, Prot=25
Moo Goo Gai Pan (Serves 2 – analysis for 1 serving) 4 XX
Cal=220, Fat=6, Carbs=15, Fib=4, Prot=27

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