Join Bo Lings at our Plaza location for a vegetarian’s delight! Every Sunday starting August 7 we will be hosting a buffet-style Vegetarian Feast from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. You will find some of our menu favorites such as Garlic Cucumber Salad, Curry Vegetables and Sauteed Baby Bok Choy as well as the newly created dishes […]
The Dragon Boat Festival is a national holiday in China and the 16th Annual International Dragon Boat Festival will take place in Kansas City on the Country Club Plaza’s Brush Creek this Saturday, June 11th from 10:00am – 2:30pm. Originally to honor a third century Chinese poet, this cultural connection event promotes international friendship through […]
Bo Lings guests had the opportunity to meet owners Theresa (Far Ling) and Richard (Bo) at this unique combined cooking class, demonstration and tasting. After learning how to make Garlic Cucumber Salad and Vietnamese Spring Rolls they moved into the kitchen to watch chefs fire up their woks and make our signature Moo Shu dish. […]
Our team was fortunate to sit down last week with Jackie Nguyen, owner extraordinaire of Cafe Cà Phê, Kansas City’s first Vietnamese coffee shop, for a discussion on multi-cultural Asian traditions surrounding the Lunar New Year. This discussion was part of One Kansas City Radio’s “Change Makers – Kansas City” show with owner Theresa Ng, […]
Bo Lings is celebrating the 40th year of sharing traditional Chinese New Year dishes with Kansas City diners. This Year of the Tiger we have selected a variety of the most popular dishes that carry symbolic meanings to bring you happiness, health and vigor. Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in Chinese culture […]
One of the staples of dim sum, Siu Mai is a handmade wrapper filled with seasoned chicken and shrimp that is formed into a round dumpling and steamed. Definitely a dim sum favorite! Available every day at all of our locations.
Check out the article on our DIM SUM in HerLife Magazine! Megan Neher did such a great job of capturing what the Dim Dum experience is all about. Hungry yet? https://go.epublish4me.com/ebook/html/10106882#page/42
This Cantonese staple is made with flat, wide rice noodles (called hor funn), bean sprouts, onion and beef or chicken. Chow funn can be tricky to make because it has to be stirred quickly over high heat and the noodles can easily break but don’t worry – our chefs have it mastered!
Plan your week now! Available Monday – Friday 11am – 3pm*. Lunch specials come with Egg Drop Soup, Crab Rangoon and your choice of Steamed White, Steamed Brown or Fried Rice. * City Market is closed on Mondays
We are thrilled to have been voted the following awards in 2021: Gold – Best Asian Restaurant Ingram’s Magazine Runner-Up – Favorite Chinese Restaurant Feast Magazine Thanks for all your support and love KC!