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Top Three Out-of-the-Ordinary Menu Suggestions

Are you a creature of habit when it comes to ordering in restaurants? It’s such an easy pattern to fall into but sometimes it’s nice to step out of the box and order something out of the ordinary. Our expert servers are always ready to help with recommendations and here are some of their top […]


Chinese New Year 2021 – The Year of the Ox

*GOOD FORTUNE BAGS AVAILABLE FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR*   Chinese New Year is a celebration that lasts for two ENTIRE weeks, with one of those weeks being an official public holiday. It is time for families to gather, enjoy special symbolic foods, put up decorations, launch fireworks and offer red envelopes (filled with CASH).   […]


A Sincere Thank You From Bo Lings

  Welcome 2021!   We certainly are looking forward to embracing this New Year with open arms.   Not too long after Western New Year comes Chinese New Year and we are already busy preparing for the February 12 kickoff day of this two-week celebration that culminates with the Lantern Festival on February 26. Stay […]


Feast on These Duck Specials November 16 – 30, 2020

Roasting duck has been a technique of Chinese Cuisine since the fourth century, allowing chefs ample time to perfect the detailed, hands-on process of obtaining the crackling, crispy skins that both Beijing Duck and Cantonese Roasted Duck are known for.   Fall is a wonderful time to enjoy these succulent dishes and we invite you […]


NEW: Build Your Own Stir Fry Dish

Combine a myriad of fresh ingredients to build your own stir-fried dish that our chefs expertly prepare for you. This custom option includes the same Bo Lings flavors and distinctiveness you’ve come to know and satisfies your taste bud whims!   It’s simple: choose one or two proteins, add up to four fresh vegetables, select […]


It’s National Noodle Month!

Do you know the origin of noodles? The earliest record dates back to the Han Dynasty in China during 2nd century BC. Unleavened dough is mainly made from wheat or rice and is rolled, cut, stretched, kneaded, banged, flicked from a chopstick (true!), shaved, peeled or hand-pulled. Check out the variety of noodles that we […]