The Myrtle Beach area is famous for calabash seafood. Now, another specialty from the sea has made its mark: Sushi. And more places are specializing in this popular cuisine.
If you’re looking for a great place for sushi on your next Grand Strand trip, we’ve got a list of must-try restaurants.
Sushi is colorful, beautiful, and sharable. Whether you seek classic sushi or something new, there are plenty of choices in and around Myrtle Beach. What’s your favorite sushi joint?
Best Sushi spots in Myrtle Beach
Discover an extraordinary, elegant dining experience at North Beach Resort & Villas. Expect everything top-of-line at 21 Main, from setting to sushi to service. Enjoy wines from Charles Krug Winery, Banfi Aska, The Prisoner Thorn, and more.
Sushi suggestions: The California Roll is delicious, but the main event is the 21 Main Roll, with spicy tuna and avocado, seared salmon, spicy mayo, Tobikko, scallions, and tempura flakes.
Flying Fish Public Market & Grill
Try this festal restaurant for creative cocktails and an enthralling sushi menu. You’ll find reasonable prices and a water view at Flying Fish Public Market & Grill. Kick back and watch the boats go by.
Sushi suggestions: The Veggie Roll is classic and satisfying. For a diversion, try the Philly Roll, Spicy Salmon Roll, or Flying Fish Roll.
King Kong Sushi
The lights are low and the expectations are high at King Kong Sushi. Choose from more than 100 options, and the sushi is big and delicious. You’ll find a friendly staff and fun atmosphere.
Sushi suggestions: The Nigiri Starter is a nice intro. The Albacore Tuna (Binaga) and Crab (Kani) are unforgettable.
Soho Steak & Seafood Sushi Bar
For the discriminating sushi afficionado. Soho Steak & Seafood Sushi Bar is a smooth, elegant place for dinner, drinks, and sushi. Drop by Soho before you dine somewhere else and you might not leave.
Sushi suggestions: Maguro (tuna) is a top choice. Others that will leave a great impression: Hamachi (yellow tail), Tako (octopus), and Ika (squid).
It’s a colorful, casual hangout in Murrells Inlet with sensational sushi. Visit Wicked Tuna during happy hour for fun an a few drinks with old friends, or make new ones. There’s a happy vibe here, and the sushi is, in a word, wicked.
Sushi suggestions: You can’t go wrong with the restaurant namesake. It includes tempura shrimp, lobster salad, cucumber, and seven-spice ahi tuna. Plus ponzu sauce, sweet chili, and wasabi mousse. Fat Crab and Tuna Crunch are impressive too.