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Where to Get the Best Sushi in Myrtle Beach

By Julia Diem

One of the best perks of staying in Myrtle Beach is being in the heart of fresh, locally sourced seafood. Though there are plenty of ways to prepare seafood, one of the best is undoubtedly found at sushi restaurants. There are several Grand Strand Japanese restaurants that have mastered this fine art.

Whether you prefer a simple raw tuna maki or like to experiment with different rolls, you can find just about anything to please your sushi craving palette in Myrtle Beach.

Here’s our roundup of where you should go to get the best sushi on your next visit to Myrtle Beach.


CO Sushi

  • Address: 3098 Deville St, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Price Point: $$
  • Menu Highlight: Tataki Roll & Hawaiian Roll

Co Sushi is stylish, contemporary, and easily one of the best sushi restaurants in town. Located in The Market Common, they are known for their creative sushi rolls, fresh sashimi, and innovative cocktails. The modern ambiance and skilled chefs make it a fantastic choice for sushi enthusiasts.

The restaurant boasts a spacious outdoor seating area and the sushi bar features garage doors along the wall that open up to let in the fresh air, creating an incredibly different experience than anywhere else. The menu is full of creative concoctions and their happy hour special is generous enough to keep visitors flocking back week after week.

If you think this name sounds familiar, you might be right, Co Sushi is originally from Charleston, South Carolina!


Photo Credit: gostua


King Kong Sushi

  • Address: 1306 Celebrity Cir STE 163C, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Price Point: $$
  • Menu Highlight: CCU Roll & North Carolina Roll

This Broadway at The Beach favorite offers a convenient location and a diverse menu that is sure to please everyone in your group. Open for lunch and dinner, King Kong features fresh rolls at reasonable prices, making it a favorite sushi place among visitors and locals alike. But for those in your group that aren’t tempted by a raw bar, King Kong also offers an entertaining hibachi with Asian inspired items.

King Kong Sushi is known for its generous portions and friendly service. It's a great place for both sushi beginners and aficionados.


Photo Credit: King Kong Sushi



Wicked Tuna

  • Address: 4123 US-17 BUS, Murrells Inlet, SC
  • Price Point: $$$
  • Menu Highlight: Wicked Tuna Roll & Inlet Roll

Wicked Tuna isn’t just a sushi restaurant, it’s also a Japanese steakhouse, meaning you’ll have a really wide variety of menu items to choose from here. Located in scenic Murrells Inlet, the Wicked Tuna is a seafood lover's paradise with a breathtaking waterfront view. As the sun begins its descent, this restaurant and bar transforms into a golden hour haven. Delight in fresh seafood and handcrafted cocktails while gazing out at the tranquil inlet.

With great sushi, mouth-watering stakes, and high-end cocktails, Wicked Tuna is a place the entire family will love.




  • Address: 407 21st Ave N, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Price Point: $$
  • Menu Highlight: Broadway Roll & Soho Roll

Soho not only offers American cuisine but also has an excellent sushi menu. You can enjoy a variety of sushi rolls, including both traditional and inventive options, in a trendy and inviting setting.

Soho gives off very modern, posh vibes and is the perfect place to enjoy a girl’s night out on the town or a romantic evening with someone special. It is also a great place to go if you have a few sushi lovers in the group and a few who aren’t as enthused as the Soho menu offers a wide array of cooked seafood and steak options in addition to a generous sushi menu.


Photo Credit: SOHO Steak & Seafood Sushi Bar North



Wahoos Fish House

  • Address: 3993 US-17 BUS, Murrells Inlet, SC
  • Price Point: $$
  • Menu Highlight: Spicy Blue Crab Roll & Cajun Tuna Roll

Wahoos Fish House is one of the best seafood restaurants in Myrtle Beach that offers a diverse menu featuring various seafood dishes, including sushi. While it may not be solely a sushi-focused restaurant like some of the others mentioned earlier, it's known for providing a unique blend of seafood and sushi options.

This inlet front gem located along the bustling Murrells Inlet MarshWalk has been a favorite for locals for years. Often touted as one of the area’s most scenic dining destinations, their food is just as rich as the views. Though their full dinner menu is excellent, their sushi menu is perfect for those who are looking for something light or for those who think that variety is the spice of life.


Photo Credit: Wahoo's Fish House




  • Address: 4813 N Kings Hwy, Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Price Point: $$
  • Menu Highlight: Sugami Roll & Sunshine Roll

Conveniently located in the heart of Myrtle Beach along Kings Highway, Sugami offers a fresh, diverse sushi menu in a casual, family friendly environment. All of the sushi here varies based on season, so you can guarantee that it’s fresh and affordable.

Sugami is a popular choice among locals and visitors who appreciate high-quality sushi and Japanese cuisine. It's a great place to explore a wide range of sushi options and savor the flavors of Japan in Myrtle Beach. Be sure to check their current menu and consider making a reservation if you plan to visit during peak dining hours.


Photo Credit: sugamisushi



Flying Fish Public Market & Grill

  • Address: 4744 Hwy 17 S, North Myrtle Beach, SC
  • Price Point: $$
  • Menu Highlight: Barefoot Roll & Flying Fish Roll

Located in the scenic Barefoot Landing complex in North Myrtle Beach, Flying Fish Public Market & Grill is known for serving up some of the freshest catches along the coast. Their menu offers a wide array of succulent seafood options, including an incredibly fresh sushi menu.

While Flying Fish is not primarily a sushi-focused restaurant, it offers a diverse seafood menu that includes some sushi options, from appetizers to sashimi, and sushi rolls. If you're looking for a seafood restaurant that also offers sushi as part of its menu, Flying Fish can be a great choice. It's particularly appealing if you want to enjoy fresh seafood with an oceanfront view.


Photo Credit: Flying Fish Public Market & Grill



Where Will You Get the Best Sushi in Myrtle Beach?

With so many delicious hot spots to choose from, where will you go for your fill of spicy tuna and other specialty rolls? Our sushi restaurants are so great, we wouldn’t blame you if you decided to eat sushi every night you stayed in Myrtle Beach. Don’t worry though - if you’re in the mood for some variety in your meals, Myrtle Beach’s restaurants are super varied to hit all your cravings.

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