Bo Lings is proud to join the American Chinese Restaurant Alliance by bringing the We Wok Together initiative to Kansas City. This national program, sponsored by the Chinese Restaurant Foundation, provides free lunches to local first responders from April 15 – April 30. Officers in the Kansas City Missouri Police Department are able to come to one of our Missouri locations for a complimentary Meal of Love. We appreciate all you do for our city, officers!
Faced with an unprecedented situation, KC diners have made it a mission to rally around local restaurants and we want to THANK YOU. We are all facing touch decisions right now and we appreciate your support. We also want to reassure you that we are following all precautions set forth by the WHO, CDC and other health organizations to keep you and our staff safe. We are only offering curbside pickup at this time so please give us a call upon arrival so we can bring your order out to you, a more contact-free delivery.
Bo Lings is Committed to Helping Kansas City Get Through This Crisis
- We are donating a portion of our profits to The University of Kansas Health System COVID-19 Response Fund to help provide patient assistance, much needed supplies and to cover unexpected expenses.
- In addition, we are donating 100 meals per week to staff members at KU Med.
- If you would like to help, you can purchase Bo Lings Pay it Forward Partner Meals. Each $50 package will provide a meal to five medical workers and will be added to our weekly delivery. Order online to become a partner.
Carryout Locations and Hours
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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 use in our dishes at Bo Lings!
Chef/Owner Richard Ng loves spring and the fresh seasonal vegetables that come with it – especially after the long KC winter we experienced this year! Asparagus are making their appearance in markets everywhere and Chef Richard has added Fresh Asparagus with Mushrooms served in a light ginger sauce as well as other new dishes including Stir-Fried Spring Spinach in Garlic and Sichuan Douban Fish. Be sure to ask your server for a list of all the items.
First Fridays Happy Hour all Night at City Market!
Along with spring comes warm weather, which makes First Fridays even better! Enjoy local artists demonstrating different techniques at the City Market on the season kickoff date of Friday, April 5th. The Bo Lings City Market location will be serving happy hour all night from 4pm – 9pm to help celebrate.
The first Bo Lings opened its doors on March 16, 1981. Who knew it would grow to 6 locations over the next 38 years? Thanks to you, our dear friends and customers, for your support over the years.
How much do you know about Dim Sum?
Click below to learn all about how we serve this Chinese-style brunch at Bo Lings.
Rebecca Clark, daughter of Bo Lings’ founders Theresa and Richard Ng, will “Touch Your Heart” with her explanation of the Cantonese tradition known as Dim Sum. See the chefs hard at work creating these hand-crafted delicacies served by experts roaming the room displaying carts loaded full of a variety of small plates.
Dim Sum is served Saturday & Sunday from 10am – 3pm at two locations – Plaza and 90th & Metcalf in Overland Park
Chinese New Year
Each year Bo Lings takes an evening to celebrate the holiday with its employees. Meet Richard and Theresa Ng and see the food, festivities and fun.
2019 is the Year of the Pig
Enjoy a traditional Chinese New Year Menu at Bo Lings, where each dish represents a symbolic meaning that brings good luck for the coming year.
Chinese New Year Menu available now through February 18th
All Bo Lings locations are featuring their own unique dinner menu, with the Plaza offering the most extensive selections.
Plaza location: $38 per person for parties of 2-5 and $36 per person for parties of 6 or more. *
All other locations: $28 per person. *
Country Club Plaza Menu
Shrimp Wonton with Cantonese Noodles
Chef’s Special Cold Plates
Hot Oil Chicken, Tree Ear Mushrooms and Cabbage
Imperial Shrimp, Crispy Eggplant
Served with choice of steamed white or brown rice
Beijing Roasted Duck, Chef’s Special Lamb Chops, Sautéed Whole Flounder, Ginger & Garlic Shrimp, Fresh Pineapple Fried Rice & Roasted Pork
Sichuan Style Green Beans, Curry Vegetables, Baby Bok Choy
Chinese New Year Delicacies
(for parties of 6 or more)
Cream Caramel, Homemade Almond Cookies
House Jasmine Tea, Soft Drinks, Ice Tea
*Tax and gratuity not included. Available during regular dinner hours. Dine-in only.
Planning your own Chinese New Year’s event?
Call 816-753-1718 for Catering or Carry-Out
Chinese New Year officially starts on February 5th and following Chinese tradition, the festivities are celebrated for two full weeks.
2019 is the Year of the Pig, a year destined to be full of joy, friendship and love! Kick-off the New Year early by celebrating at one of several area events filled with cultural activities, performances and Bo Lings cuisine.
Saturday, January 26
KCCAA Chinese New Year Celebration atJohnson County Community College
Sunday, January 27
Chinese New Year Festival at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Leawood City Council and the I Lan Sister City Committee
As if that isn’t enough fun, the New Year’s opportunities continue with the Year of the Monkey, the Red Fire Monkey, to be exact. The Lunar Chinese New Year begins on February 8, 2016 and lasts fifteen days. If you happen to fall under the Monkey sign, you are intelligent, energetic and known for flexibility! Look for specialty menus and items at a Bo Ling’s near you to properly acknowledge the Lunar Chinese New Year! Our Plaza restaurant will feature a multi-course menu with options for larger sized parties and groups.
View our 2016 Chinese New Year Dinner Specials click here
We will feature auspicious foods to be enjoyed during the New Year for fifteen days only, with a full specialty menu available at the Plaza! From February 8th – 22nd, try a delicious and festive meal with friends or family to ring in the Lunar New Year the right way.
Join in activities for the family at the annual Chinese New Year Festival at the Nelson Atkins Museum. View details and an itinerary at http://www.nelson-atkins.org/calendar/chinese-new-year-festival-2/
In Johnson County, there is also an annual celebration at JCCC featuring an array of activities for young and older alike! Brought to you by the KU Confucius Institute, the KCCAA and the Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation, you may participate by purchasing tickets through http://www.kccaa.org/. Visit their site for further information!