Myrtle Beach, S.C.

102 THINGS TO DO IN MYRTLE BEACH
88. Asian & Sushi Restaurants

Overview
Asian & Sushi Restaurants

Sushi, an ancient Japanese style of preparing seafood, usually with rice and paper-thin seaweed, wasn’t all that widely available until sushi bars cropped up across the U.S. in the 1990s. It’s easy for most of us to remember our first, tentative taste of the beautiful but curious artistic seafood creations hand-crafted by Asian masters right before our eyes. It was all quite exotic. And it still is, but now it’s much easier to find. For most, one taste is all it takes. With soy sauce, pickled ginger and sinus-clearing wasabi sauce added to taste, sushi creates an explosion of flavors. For the beginner, sushi can be intimidating, with all that raw fish and seaweed, but once you get over any squeamishness, you’ll be hooked. It’s also important to note that many sushi dishes use cooked seafood, or are vegetarian. Anyone would love the tempura-battered fried sushi, as well as all the other cooked or steamed variations, all readily available at these Myrtle Beach sushi spots.

Dumpling and Seafood Restaurant

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Dumpling and Seafood Restaurant in Myrtle Beach serves up authentic house-made Chinese cuisine, including their fan favorite dumplings. Their menu includes seafood, chicken, beef and vegetarian options as well as seasonal specialties.

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Sugami

A favorite of visitors and locals for decades, Sugami is situated in the 4800 block of North Kings Highway, in the heart of the Avenues neighborhood of Myrtle Beach. Sugami offers a wide array of authentic Japanese, Chinese & Thai Food, such as Shrimp and Vegetable Tempura, Salmon Teriyaki, Nabe Yaki Udon, Sesame Chicken, Pad Thai. With soups, salads, and one of the largest sushi menus on the beach, Sugami is a popular lunch, after work, dinner time, and late-night stop for many.

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Wicked Tuna – 2nd Ave Pier

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Wicked Tuna – Myrtle Beach sits high and proud on the Second Avenue Pier offering gorgeous views and award-winning food. While the view and artistic ambience may draw you in, the sushi will keep you coming back. Wicked Tuna has plenty of other menu options from the land and sea if sushi’s not your thing.

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Lil Tokyo Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Lil Tokyo is a family-owned and operated restaurant offering hibachi, sushi and more in Myrtle Beach. Their steaks are USDA choice aged a minimum of 28 days and daily hand cut. All of their dipping sauces and dressing are freshly homemade, and the sushi is prepared fresh for every order.

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New China Buffet

New China offers an extensive Chinese buffet available for lunch and dinner in Surfside Beach. The lunch buffet includes more than 120 items, including steamed shrimp, boneless ribs, teriyaki wings, General Tso’s chicken, fried dumplings, dim sum, egg rolls, spring rolls, and more. The dinner buffet includes Chinese favorites plus seafood and crab legs.

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