Do you like sushi? We do. And we have a few spots in Georgetown County you'll be wanting to dine in at for the artfully-created, delicious dish.
There's a great spot in Murrells Inlet that not only has great sushi, but prides themselves on using fresh fish for the dish. It's Wicked Tuna and you'll have a great view of the marsh as you enjoy sushi dishes like Cherry Blossom (soy paper wrap, spicy tuna, avocado, shrimp tempura, spicy mayo, sweet glaze), Tsunami (spicy tuna, cucumber, shrimp tempura, lobster salad, seared yellowtail, spicy mayo, sweet glaze, scallions, masago) or the famous Rainbow (kani, avocado, cucumber, ahi tuna, salmon, yellowtail, shrimp). Bring some friends as these dishes are portioned well and you'll want more than just one sushi selection.
A husband-and-wife team have been steadily making a name for themselves at their comfy and simplistic location with beautifully-created edible sushi dishes. Hayashi Sushi only serves sushi, but it's some of the best on the coast. The sushi is fresh and portioned well. They have great lunch specials and
large specialty roll selection.
New to Pawleys Island, but not the sushi game, is Yagi Sushi and Hibachi. They have a few months under their belt, and a sushi crowd to boot. The one word that describes them is consistency. Their specialty rolls are beyond flavor town. You must try the Krak Roll, named after one of the owners, Angry Apple Roll and 911 Roll (for the spicy-inclined).
If you find yourself in the City of Georgetown and you crave sushi, have no fear. There's a great spot on Front Street that's popular amongst the locals and tourists alike. It's Rollin Local and it has great sushi offerings. The specialty roll offerings are superb. You'll love rolls like the Competition, Caribbean, Firecracker and SC Crunch. They also serve hibachi and seafood, so you can try a roll or two and get something along side.