Best Japanese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Japanese food in Troy. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Japanese restaurants near you.. Troy is a city in the U.S. state of New York and the seat of Rensselaer County. The city is located on the western edge of Rensselaer County and on the eastern bank of the Hudson River. Troy has close ties to the nearby cities of Albany and Schenectady, forming a region popularly called the Capital District. The city is one of the three major centers for the Albany Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which has a population of 1,170,483. At the 2010 census, the population of Troy was 50,129. Troy's motto is Ilium fuit. Troja est, which means "Ilium was, Troy is".
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4 based on 22 reviews
Upscale Japanese Sushi Restaurant and Bar located in downtown Troy, NY.
Located in downtown Troy is a GEM of a small and cozy sushi restaurant. Casual but contemporary Japanese atmosphere. Eight seats at the sushi bar and about 8 tables. The restaurant is newly opened under new management. This place is the real place for sushi!!! Everything we had for lunch was wonderful. The edamame were warm and perfectly salted. The vegetarian gyoza were a trial for me but the flavors were perfect. The chicken tempura was perfectly prepared artistically presented. I had a rainbow roll(perfect, fresh, no sauce, perfect rice) and Black table roll(fresh scallops, crab, avocado, white tuna) which was wonderful. The spicy trio combination sushi was perfect and artistic. The Chirachi was artistically prepared with fresh fish. I have been to some of the best sushi restaurants in the USA and Unagi ranks among the best.
4 based on 26 reviews
Inexpensive but very delicious Asian food (mix of Japanese and Chinese dishes). Very vegetarian friendly. I particularly like their peanut-avocado vegetarian sushi roll. They also deliver, we ate in the restaurant one night and ordered in to our nearby hotel another night.
Very good, fresh sushi. The prices for sushi alone are the best I have found in the Capital Region. The atmosphere is quiet and lends itself to dining peacefully while being able to fully enjoy the sushi. Very friendly service. Very quick service as well. Good place to bring a book or study materials since it also caters to the RPI student population.
At Bespoki Bowl, we're serving up a healthy alternative to todayâs fast food options. Our fresh and delicious Hawaiian-style poke bowls are prepared with superior ingredients and a keen focus on quality and flavor. With so many toppings and house-made sau
We'd heard good buzz about this place, vis-a-vis a glowing (borderline fawning) review in our local newspaper. So we visited with moderate expectations, knowing it was a casual, order-at-the-counter joint. We've always valued food over ambiance. The interior was bright and clean, unfortunately, their counter staff wasn't quite as bright. Out to Lunch is the term that comes to mind. Armed with a rather vacant look, the guy at the counter took our order and informed us he'd call our number when our food was ready. We waited quite a while for the food. Finally, I happened to look at the counter and saw our drinks and one entree just sitting there on the tray, not sure how long it was sitting there but when I asked why he didn't call our number, he mumbled that he was waiting for the rest of the order to be ready!Good thing I swiped the entree, It was lukewarm and would have been cold by the time the other food was ready. As far as the food goes, it ranged from so-so to good. Best item was the popcorn chicken. The wings were not crispy as billed, but that could have had something to do with an eat-in meal being placed in a TAKEOUT container with a lid and steaming up and softening what may have been crispy wings. Won't be back.
I just discovered this restaurant. I went with my daughter, and brought my husband there less than a week later. I am already planning on going back soon I canât say enough good things about this place. The Rice balls are creative, varied and delicious. There are enough choices for vegetarians, a few for vegans and gluten free also. The miso soup was the best Iâve had at a restaurant. The green tea custard was perfect. There is a full bar which includes Asian spirits, plus a decent beer list, and an extensive sake list. The atmosphere and decor are casual in a hip sort of way. The device is super friendly. It is easy to find parking on the street. Highly recommended!
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