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, voted for by our fans in the annual Beachie awards!
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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.
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.
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.
Soho Cafe & Bar
Searching for a hip place to get a bite of sushi? Look no further than Soho in Myrtle Beach! This cool sushi restaurant has an indoor dining room as well as a rooftop bar. Of course, you can find tons of menu items other than sushi here, but if you’re a sushi lover, you’ll be happy with their sushi menu. Sushi options include a variety of sashimi, sushi appetizers, platters, and rolls. Try out a specialty roll such as the SOHO Volcano (shrimp tempura, crabmeat, mango, topped with avocado, jalapeno, masago, sriracha & spicy mayo); the Happy Family Roll (picy tuna, shrimp tempura, avocado, cucumber and topped with spicy scallop, masago and eel sauce); the Kiwi Roll (tuna, avocado & cream cheese, topped with kiwi, masago); and many other yummy choices!
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.
ART Burger Sushi Bar
ART Burger Sushi Bar is located right on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, providing visitors with a cool artsy atmosphere and an outdoor seating area with unbeatable ocean views. Watch as the sushi chef makes beautiful sushi creations in front of you. Here you will find your traditional nigiri, sashimi, and maki rolls, as well as specialty rolls. Opt for something such as the Beach Roll (crab, hamachi, tempura flakes, salmon, spicy mayo, sriracha) or be brave and order Omakase and have the chef whip up something special for you!
Make your way to The Market Common and treat yourself to a sushi feast at CO Sushi. This upscale eatery is home to a menu that is full of Asian flavor. Of course, one of the most popular things to order at CO Sushi is, well, sushi! There is a variety of sushi small plates, pressed sushi, nigiri, maki, temaki, and makimono to choose from.
Are you super hungry for sushi? Then Kings Sushi is the place for you! This all you can eat sushi and hibachi restaurant boasts two locations: one in Surfside and one in North Myrtle Beach! They offer a variety of sushi which is made to order and served fresh to you at your table. Feast on nigiri, hand rolled sushi, classic rolled sushi, and chef speciality rolls.
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.
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.