Best Sushi Restaurants in Myrtle Beach
There’s seafood, and then there’s sushi. Myrtle Beach is home to a plethora of seafood stops, many featuring sushi, along with many restaurants specializing in Asian cuisine that serve the delightfully fresh treat. The great thing about sushi is how shareable it is, and with all of the different types of sushi served along the beach, there’s so many different rolls and flavors to try. Take a look at our top list of the best sushi restaurants and restaurants that serve sushi in Myrtle Beach.
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Wicked Tuna opened along the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk in 2013 and quickly became a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Sushi specialties include seasonal BlueFin Tuna, King Crab, Flounder and even Sea Urchin. Try out the Tuna Pizza or the Shrimp and Scallop Ceviche for great, fresh flavors.
King Kong Sushi
King Kong Sushi has two Myrtle Beach locations that are open daily at 11:30 a.m. The menu is centered on creative (and tasty) specialty maki rolls but also features a variety of hibachi entrees and appetizers. The No Name Roll is one of the best around and features fried shrimp and crab topped with tuna, avocado, spicy mayo and eel sauce. Another popular roll is the Volcano roll which is deep fried shrimp, crab, avocado and mango topped with steamed shrimp, tuna and thin sliced jalapenos on top of lobster bisque with sweet and spicy sauce.
Lil Tokyo Steakhouse & Sushi Bar
Lil’ Tokyo Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar is tucked away near the Coastal Grand Mall. The restaurant has hibachi tables as well as a sushi bar that serves sushi appetizers, a la carte items and platters that come with your choice of soup or salad. The King Eel roll is served with barbecue eel, avocado and crab wrapped in cucumber with eel sauce.
Miyabi Japanese Steak and Seafood House is a must-stop restaurant for visitors of Myrtle Beach. The restaurant serves up a full sushi menu and has a separate sushi bar area. The Beginner Sushi is great for those trying it for the first time. It includes one piece of shrimp, one piece of crab and four pieces of California rolls. There are also plenty of options for the more experienced sushi diner.
Yamato, the original Japanese Steakhouse,” is located at Broadway at the Beach and serves a variety of appetizers, sushi and sashimi and hibachi combinations. Try their sashimi dinners with up to seven different types of fish served with soup and salad. The Jsobeage is a must try; it’s a lightly fired roll stuffed with fresh salmon, crab and vegetables.
Boardwalk Billy’s Raw Bar and Ribs is located along the Intracoastal Waterway in North Myrtle Beach. The restaurant has an extensive sushi menu along with seafood entrees, burgers and sandwiches. Try the “I Roll” which consists of tuna, crab, lettuce, cilantro, avocado, cucumber and rice paper wrap with a house sweet chili dipping sauce.
Flying Fish Public Market and Grill
Flying Fish is true to it name – watch as the crew throw fresh fish around like you’d see at a Seattle market. The sushi at the restaurant is made with an assortment of tuna, crab, salmon, eel and more. The Flying Fish Roll is made with eel, salmon, cream cheese and cucumber topped with tuna, avocado, crunchy tempura, spicy mayo and eel sauce.
The sushi menu at Mr. Fish includes two dozen specialty rolls and appetizers. The Yami Yami Roll is made from fried grouper bites and the Hoof and Fin Roll has prime rib, steamed shrimp and asparagus inside. The Blackened Blue Roll, which has been mentioned in Southern Living Magazine, is made from blackened tuna, bleu cheese and red bell pepper topped with remoulade and blackberry wasabi sauce.
Dine in the Teppan Hibachi dining room at Nakato Japanese Restaurant for an entertaining dinner great for any occasion. Their sushi menu features exciting rolls like the Crazy Monkey which is made with salmon, mango, cream cheese, cucumber, avocado and crab wrapped with avocado and tempura flakes. The hibachi selections include fresh catch, calamari, steak, lobster, chicken, scallops, lobster or tofu in almost any combination.
Pull up a seat at the sushi bar at Indo Thai in Myrtle Beach and check out their extensive menu. They offer everything from octopus and sweet tofu to yellow tail and scallops. Try the “Special Myrtle Beach Roll” made with tuna, dolphin, salmon, cream cheese and crab with masago and avocado on top. If you’re really hungry, try the “Boat for One” with nine sashimi, five sushi rolls and a California roll.
A few of our favorites are new to the area but definitely worth noting. Check out The Grumpy Monk, ART Burger Sushi Bar and Co Sushi.
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