This place isn’t really the king of sushi (Troy is still waiting for a really first-class sushi place to come along): actually, your best bet here is Chinese. Sushi King pretty much owns the downtown market for “classy” Chinese food, and in Troy overall only Plum Blossom seems to do a better job. Prices for dinner tend towards the ten or twelve dollar mark (sometimes more for Japanese food): affordable, but not negligible. Still, the costs are eminently fair for the quality delivered. Big windows offer a nice view of Monument Square (when the blinds are open, anyway), and the restaurant’s service and general upkeep don’t disappoint. Note (3 April 2003): Neither this site, nor, to our knowledge, the Sushi King in Troy, are affiliated with the Sushi King chain of restaurants in southeast Asia. We have no information about or contacts with Sushi Kings in Asia.
- 200 Broadway