Beginning Friday, April 10, 2020 Sun Wah BBQ will be open only on the weekends (Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays) from 10:00am to 9:00pm. Last orders accepted no later than 8:30pm.Continue reading “Sun Wah Re-Opens Soon!”
With the nationwide pandemic restrictions, Sun Wah BBQ offers curbside ordering and will be offering special pre-order feasts for Easter weekend.Continue reading “April 12, 2020 – Easter Sunday”
National Beer Day is on the first Tuesday of April. The restaurant will be open weekends starting Friday, April 10 with the possibility of alcoholic cans and bottles available as a carry-out item.
Monday is the day to celebrate those tasty treasures of the sea, Oysters and Clams. Whether it’s Clams in Black Bean Sauce or Deep Fried Oysters, stop in to enjoy these fresh delicacies.
Pending freshness and availability, Sun Wah BBQ may have Dungeness Crab for Sunday, March 9 in observance of National Crab Day.
Celebrate Pig Day at Sun Wah BBQ with all manner of Hong Kong Style specialties including Roast Pork and Honey-glazed BBQ Pork. Those especially observant will be regaled in proper attire.
Nothing shows off your timeliness and worldly sophistication than reservations for a Beijing Duck Dinner at Sun Wah BBQ. Reservations will be available until tables and time slots are all spoken for this special Friday night. Missed out on being timely? There’s always the Walk-In waitlist to land on.
Uptown’s Chinese New Year Parade takes place Saturday, February 1st starting at 1pm. Staging for the parade is planned for the intersection of Argyle and Winthrop street.
Sun Wah BBQ will be closed Wednesday, January 29 and Thursday, January 30, 2020. The restaurant resumes normal business starting Friday, January 31, 2020.
The annual event will be here before you know it so reserve your spot before it’s sold out! Two nights will be designated for this anticipated experience: Saturday, January 25 and Sunday, January 26.Continue reading “2020 Chinese New Years FEAST”