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April Menu Highlights

Chef Zhang is excited to highlight the following dishes for April. This month, Chef suggests you try:
1. Impossible Meatballs with Okra
2. House Crispy Duck
3. Hot Kiss
4. Cold Shredded Beancurd
5. Garlic Calamari
6. Spicy cauliflower

April Drink Specials

This month we’re sipping on several new beverages. All three are super refreshing!
1. Baijiu Blast: Baijiu, Midori, Green Tea, Pineapple, Lime (left)
2. Red Ruby: Baijiu, Rum, Prickly Pear, Cinnamon (middle)
3. Cool and Breezy: Cucumber Vodka, Elderflower, Lime, Salty Coconut (right)
We’re also thrilled to introduce two new sake options!
1. ABE Junmai Ginjo – This rare, hard-to-find sake boasts a complex flavor profile, featuring a fruity and juicy taste with a satisfying richness, complemented by a crisp, bitter finish.
2. Ohmine Shuzou Ohmine 3Grain Yamadanishiki – This brew boasts a juicy taste reminiscent of pear and white peaches. Notes of sugarcane and roasted almond can be detected in the middle, followed by a bitterness akin to that of cacao and orange peel on the finish.

National Garlic Day

Hip, hip hooray for National Garlic Day! We use garlic in many of our dishes, but two of our favorites are our Garlic Calamari (left) and Garlic-Flavored Okra (right). Celebrate with us on April 19th!

National Tea Day

Let’s celebrate National Tea Day on April 21st! Drinking tea is an ancient practice in China. Scholars believe people in the Yunnan Province in south China were the first to drink tea, which they considered a form of medicine. Once people started sipping brewed tea leaves, the practice spread across China and eventually across all of Asia. Today, 60 countries including the United States grow tea.

To celebrate National Tea Day with us, consider sipping on one of our many teas from MEM tea. We’re thrilled to be a partner with MEM, a nearby company that operates a tea shop and training center in North Cambridge, MA. Sumiao proudly offers a comprehensive selection of their tea varieties, including white, green, black, oolong, pu-erh, and herbal tisane, making us the sole restaurant to carry each of their teas. Our tea menu features authentic Chinese tea as well as an assortment of herbal infusions. At Sumiao, we understand the significance of tea in Chinese culture, which is why we prioritize the proper training of our staff in tea types, their health benefits, and distinctive flavors.

It's Graduation Season!

We would love to host your graduation party in one of our special dining rooms or on our patio! If you’d like to celebrate with us, please get in touch with us soon as graduation season approaches. We promise to make your event memorable, delicious, and FUN! Click the link below to start planning with us.

UberEats Promotion

Great news for Uber One members! Starting March 25th, Uber One subscribers can get 10% off all Chef’s Special dishes from 11:30 AM to 5 PM. In addition to the dishes shown above, there are a total of 15 dishes to choose from! Don’t miss out on this deal from SHK and Uber Eats.

Follow Us on TikTok!

Did you know we’re on TikTok? In addition to Facebook and Instagram, we’re showcasing behind-the-scenes videos of SHK happenings online. Be sure to follow us HERE!

Live Music at Sumiao

Ready to sing and dance with us at Sumiao? Come join us on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6-9pm for some of the best live music in town. We sure do love our musical guests!

Musician Highlight: Fernando Ufret

Ferando Ufret is a talented guitarist and vocalist, originally from Puerto Rico, he now lives in Boston and frequently tours. With a soothing sound and a brilliant musicality; he brings both rock and contemporary classics to life with his smooth vocals and mastery of the guitar. He will be joining us at Sumiao Hunan Kitchen on April 17th from 6-9. You can also check him out on social media @fernanufret.