This year’s National Lobster Day falls on Monday, September 25. What better way to savor palatation of this crustacean than stopping by Sun Wah BBQ to have a fresh lobster from our live tank transformed into a Ginger Onion stir fry or a decadent Lobster Noodle?
Wednesday September 20 is set aside to appreciate the renown menu favorite that’s been a mainstay of Chinese restaurants worldwide. Sun Wah BBQ’s prodigious lineup includes: Vegetable Fried Rice, Beef Fried Rice, Chicken Fried Rice, BBQ Pork Fried Rice, Shrimp Fried Rice, Young Chow Fried Rice and Salt Fish Chicken Fried Rice.
Sun Wah BBQ will be open Labor Day Monday under its normal business hours. Doors open at 9:00am for carry out. The dining room begins service at 10:30am. Final seating is scheduled for 8:30pm.
On Tuesday, July 4th, Sun Wah BBQ will have limited hours. Our carry out counter opens at 9:00am. The dining room starts service at 10:30am and continues until its last seating at 6:00pm. Those hoping to dine-in without reservations should arrive considerably earlier to be on our walk-in waitlist. The restaurant will be closed for vacation immediately following the 4th.
Call in to reserve your table and time slot for Father’s Day before someone else does! Sun Wah BBQ will be open until 8:30pm.
Sun Wah BBQ will follow normal business hours for Memorial Day Monday. Our dining room’s final seating takes place at 8:30pm.
A treat for mom is a treat for all when celebrating Mother’s Day at Sun Wah BBQ. The restaurant will maintain normal business hours but be aware of increased walk-in wait times if savvy patrons phone-in their reservations days in advance snapping up all the prime time slots.
Sun Wah BBQ will maintain its regular business hours for Easter Sunday. Carry-out service starts at 9:00am. Dining room opens at 10:30am. Final seating takes place at 8:30pm with our front and rear kitchens closing for the night.
National Beer Day falls on a Friday. Do we really need to twist your arm to celebrate it?
Friday at the end of March is designated for appreciation of oysters and clams — those tasty bivalves that steam beautifully with ginger & scallions or stir fry with black bean sauce.