North Myrtle Beach is a fun and interesting area any time of the year. It is also home to a broad selection of seafood restaurants. If you have just booked a vacation rental and are wondering where to find the best sushi North Myrtle Beach can offer, you should consider the following restaurants:
Flying Fish Public Market and Grill
Located at North Myrtle Beach’s famous Barefoot Landing–an entertainment, dining and shopping complex–the Flying Fish is a relaxing, laid-back sushi restaurant in which visitors can enjoy a delicious dinner before a night out on the town. Featuring a kid friendly aquarium and fish counter, as well as an outdoor patio deck with great views of the Intercoastal Waterway, the Flying Fish has it all.
From raw bar selections to daily specials, Flying Fish customers enjoy a delicious meal experience every time they visit. The sushi bar offers all the traditional favorites, including tuna with hot sauce, oysters, salmon, calamari, crab and eel. Menu selections include soft shell crab, scallops, oysters Rockefeller, fish tacos, Alaskan snow crab and honey apple barbecue ribs and chicken. Delicious side dishes can also be ordered, such as tasty corn on the cob and the restaurant’s famous Gouda Smashed Potatoes. The Flying Fish bar offers domestic and imported draft beers, as well as cocktails and a great wine list.
Boardwalk Billy’s Sushi Buffet and Bar
Boardwalk Billy’s is located in North Myrtle Beach on 13th Avenue North, where it serves up terrific dishes to please essentially any customer. It is a buffet style restaurant that is perfect for casual diners. In addition, it is family-friendly and children are always welcome. Boardwalk Billy’s large dining room features a terrific sushi bar, and patrons can also choose to dine outside when the weather allows.
The buffet includes traditional sushi, salmon, tuna, crab, eel and sashimi, as well as crab cakes, steamed crab legs, coconut shrimp, crab con queso dip, calamari, peel and eat shrimp, and shrimp and grits cakes. Sushi rolls include options such as the Mexican roll, volcano roll, dynamite roll and crunch roll. Those who wish to order from the menu will find delicious selections such as surf and turf, steam pots, seafood baskets, crab legs, chicken, fried seafood, steaks, ribs, and chicken and waffles. A full drink menu is also available to guests, featuring signature cocktails, beer and a great wine list.
Conveniently situated on Route 17 South in North Myrtle Beach, King’s Sushi is a longtime favorite of locals and vacationers alike. The atmosphere is casual and every patron is treated like family.
Offering a truly unique spin on conventional sushi bar buffets, King’s sushi never uses prepackaged foods with which to stock their buffet. Rather, orders are made fresh for every patron who comes through the door. Food is never stored under heat lamps, and the establishment’s experienced hibachi and sushi chefs use only the freshest ingredients with which to create their signature dishes.
Unlike many sushi establishments, King’s Sushi offers lean hibachi entrees, as well as a broad range of healthy appetizers and vegetarian dishes made. Numerous delectable desserts are also available from which to choose, and a full drink menu is offered as well. With excellent food quality and prices that are difficult to beat, this all-you-can-eat establishment is a perfect option for any sushi lover.
39th Avenue Bar and Grille
Situated on the corner of 39th Avenue North and Route 17, the 39th Avenue Bar and Grille cooks up some of the greatest Sushi North Myrtle Beach establishments can provide. In a casual, comfortable dining room, guests can order all the traditional sushi favorites, as well as seafood, steaks, chicken, salad, soups and sandwiches.
An expansive bar offers cold draft beers, wine, mixed drinks and signature cocktails created by the establishment’s friendly bartenders. Staff members are known for exemplary service, and are focused on their goal of making each and every customer feel welcomed. Outdoor dining and bar service are available during spring, summer and fall, and the 39th Avenue Bar and Grille offers a 10 percent discount to members of the Armed Forces, Fire department and Police Department with proper identification.
All of the aforementioned restaurants are open year-round, and each one offers a children’s menu and senior citizen’s discount. Regardless of one’s vacation diets, sushi lovers are sure to be pleased with what they find in North Myrtle Beach.