Lemoore’s Sushi Table Honored for California’s Small Business of the Year


Small Business Saturday

LEMOORE – Assemblymember Rudy Salas (D-Bakersfield) honored Sushi Table as the 32nd Assembly District’s Small Business of the Year, acknowledging their years of service giving back to Kings County. Owner and Chef Sunny Law, along with his wife Fanny Law, have both dedicated themselves to helping grow the small business community in Kings County and providing unparalleled service to their customers.

“As we approach Small Business Saturday, I am honored to recognize Sushi Table and Chef Sunny as our Small Business of the Year,” said Assemblymember Salas. “Chef Sunny’s dedication to helping our community, especially in times of need, continues to impact the lives of families throughout Kings County. When small businesses succeed, our community thrives. Let’s continue to support our small businesses by shopping and dining locally to help each other work through these tough times together.”

Sushi Table was opened in Lemoore six years ago by Chef Sunny Law along with his wife, Fanny, who own two other restaurants in the area. Chef Sunny and his family are a staple in the Kings County community. They both play a large part in running the day-to-day operations of their restaurants, as well as planning events to give back to the community. Sunny has been delivering meals to seniors during the pandemic, volunteers at various community events and is an active member of the Kings Lions Club. Sunny has also been a supporter of the March of Dimes Signature Chef Auction for over ten years to fundraise money for babies who are born prematurely.

"Thank you Assemblymember Rudy Salas for selecting Sushi Table for California’s Small Business Day,” said Chef Sunny Law. “I am proud to be part of Kings County and to serve the community with my cuisine."

Each year, the California Small Business Association hosts California Small Business Day, which recognizes small businesses throughout the state. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on California’s small business community. Small Business Saturday is on Saturday, Nov. 28, which is an annual holiday encouraging consumers to shop and dine locally and support their community.


Assemblymember Salas represents part of the City of Bakersfield, the cities of Arvin, Hanford, Corcoran, Delano, Lemoore, McFarland, Shafter, Wasco, and the communities of Armona, Avenal, Buttonwillow, Home Garden, Kettleman City, Lamont, Lost Hills, Stratford and Weedpatch.