Myrtle Beach Resorts and Great Sushi Restaurants


Coming to the beach means the chance to eat amazing seafood. Myrtle Beach has a ton of great seafood and sushi restaurants to check out when staying at Myrtle Beach resorts. Stop by the Giant Crab for an all-you-can-eat seafood buffet; Mr. Fish for fried seafood sandwiches and platters. If you want a real treat during your stay in Myrtle Beach, then try some fresh sushi at one of these great sushi locations.

King Kong Sushi– Featuring a huge menu of traditional and unexpected sushi rolls, King Kong Sushi is one of the most popular spots in Myrtle Beach. They have two locations: One at Broadway at the Beach and the other in Carolina Forest. Try a Petus Roll, which has shrimp tempura, cream cheese, avocado, and asparagus topped with fish roe, teriyaki and a peach yogurt sauce, or a No Name roll that is filled with fried shrimp and crab topped with tuna, avocado, mayo and eel sauce. For the non-sushi people in the family, King Kong Sushi offers traditional Japanese Hibachi as well.

SOHO – Located on 21st Avenue, Soho is a steak and seafood restaurant that is a local’s favorite. Try the grilled scallops or the Tuscan salmon for traditional seafood. Their sushi menu features over 30 different specialty rolls as well as the traditional sushi rolls.

Indo China– This great restaurant serves up plenty of sushi as well as Indo Thai dishes and hibachi. Their restaurant is located in the northern end of Myrtle Beach not far from Pirates Voyage. They have a large selection of traditional and specialty rolls as well as tons of sashimi options.

Take a walk on the wild side with some inventive sushi rolls from these great restaurants when you stay at Springmaid Beach resort, one of the best places to stay in Myrtle Beach.