Myrtle Beach Eats: Sugami Sushi Bar
Discover where the locals go for excellent sushi and hibachi by visiting Sugami Sushi Bar in Myrtle Beach.
Featuring the best in Japanese cuisine and creative sushi and sashimi, Sugami does a brisk business at happy hour and late night, as well as a steady lunch and dinner crowd. That's because anytime is a good time to hit Sugami.
Located in the Pine Lakes section of Myrtle Beach, Sugami offers cheap lunch specials that start at $4.99. From hibachi beef and chicken to shrimp lo mien, the lunch menu is light on the wallet but heavy on the portions.
Happy hour and early bird specials kick in a short time later, bringing a mix of young and old to the bar and dining room. Discounted drinks and sushi get the party started at the bar and on the patio deck, while the early bird special of the night starts flowing from the kitchen.
But dinner brings out the best in Sugami, when the unique menu with innovative sushi options draw stares from table to table. The Volcano on Fire Roll attracts attention as the sushi chefs prepare a traditional California roll topped with shrimp, salmon, white fish, crab and spicy mayo that's baked and finished with a blowtorch.
For those who prefer their food cooked the old-fashioned way, Sugami has a full menu of Asian favorites, including soups, salads, and starters. In addition to offering more than 100 different sushi options, an extensive appetizer menu can be pieced together to create a nice meal, like the Sugami Tuna Tower and Coconut Shrimp.
The late-night crowd arrives for sushi and saki as the eatery shifts into bar mode. The atmosphere adds to experience with Oriental artwork and wood tables filling the dining area and soft lighting and music setting the mood.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.sugamisushibar.com