518 Asian-Owned Businesses


518 Asian-Owned Businesses


With the recent news on horrible attacks on Asians and the Asian culture, I’ve been getting a lot of people asking about Asian-owned businesses to support.


If you’re looking to support larger AAPI organizations, you can do so through this GoFundMe page: https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hate

As always, if there are any businesses that should be added to this list, feel free to comment below or message me privately.

Sunhee’s Farm and Kitchen: authentic Korean food (95-95 Ferry St, Troy)

Quang’s Vietnamese Bistro (88 33rd St, Troy)

Sushi King (200 Broadway #101, Troy)

Plum Blossom: Chinese menu includes Thai & Japanese fare (685 Hoosick St, Troy)

Red & Blue: classic sushi, teriyakis & typical Chinese entrees (2312 15th St, Troy)

The Broken Mold Studio (284 River St #3224, Troy)

K-Plate Korean BBQ (193 Lark St, Albany)

Son of Egg: Korean food (418 Madison Ave, Albany) – here’s a post from the last time I ate here

Namu Korean BBQ (1770 Central Ave, Albany)

Van’s Vietnamese Restaurant (307 Central Ave #2508, Albany)

Pad Thai Noodle Restaurant (113 Everett Rd, Albany)

Taiwan Noodle (218 Central Ave, Albany)

Fairy Sichuan (299 Central Ave, Albany)

Ruby Asian Bistro: serving Pan-Asian eats (875 Madison Ave, Albany)

Sukhothai (254 Lark St, Albany)

Shogun: Japanese eatery (457 Madison Ave, Albany/318 Delaware Ave, Delmar)

Empire Wok (159 Delaware Ave, Delmar)

Seoul Korean Restaurant (952 Troy Schenectady Rd, Latham)

Celadon Thai (860 New Loudon Rd, Latham/2015 Rosa Rd, Schenectady)

Ala Shanghi Chinese Cuisine (468 Troy Schenectady Rd, Latham)

Wasabi: All-You-Can-Eat Sushi (63 Putnam St, Saratoga)

CheBogz Filipino Food Truck (Schedule with locations on website)

Two Little Dumplings (Order online through their website, Slingerlands)

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