Nakato Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar take extreme pride in providing their guests with nothing but the highest quality food and excellent customer service.
While dining, you will get to watch in delight as one of their highly skilled Chefs prepares your meal right before your very own eyes, making a unique interactive dining experience for all. Two different experiences are available at this restaurant. Belly up to one of the communal hibachi tables and prepare yourself for a display of masterful culinary skills and hot off the grill meats, veggies, and rice or take a table in the sushi bar area for a more intimate night fresh fish. Your experience will differ greatly depending on what you want to eat. The hibachi grill seating often provides a fun experience where you can meet some new friends. And the sushi seating is more private, suitable for a quaint date night.
Their menu also features everything from mouthwatering steaks, tender chicken breasts, garden fresh vegetables, and succulent seafoods, to an extensive variety of sushi.
They have built a great reputation with the local community along the Grand Strand as well as with travelers from all over the world.
Miyabi Japanese Restaurant initially stands above its competitors for no reason other than being unique.
If you are in the mood for Teppanyaki-style food, this is your option. Experience the entertainment and fun factor of a Teppanyaki grill. The main attraction here is their Sushi. They are vegetarian-friendly and offer vegan and gluten-free options.
Many Teppanyaki-style grills skimp on the meat, or on some other ingredient. Not here, however. It’s practically guaranteed that you’ll take food home with you.
The cleanliness and upkeep of the building itself were both impeccable. The southern states are known for their courtesy and hospitality, which shows throughout the meal.
Reservations, seating, parking, highchairs, wheelchair, alcohol, full bar, table service, wine and beer are all available here.
Wicked Tuna is located at the southern end of the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk on the 2nd Avenue Pier. Its perfect location offers great views of the ocean.
Everything Wicked Tuna serves is based on the idea of “hook to plate,” bringing fresh, everyday seafood catches to Myrtle Beach diners. Many different culinary avenues can be taken here, from classic dishes with a contemporary twist to entrees and salads completely unique to Wicked Tuna. The menu is more or less divided into two sections, a Grill menu and a Sushi menu, with various subsections on each. Wicked Tuna offers a different style of fare than many of its neighbors. Their specialties are creative sushi rolls, fresh fish, and marbled USDA Prime steaks.
You can pair your dish with a selection from their exclusive wine and sake list and you have an unforgettable evening. They have created a unique culinary experience for you, incorporating innovative cuisine and excellent service from a one-of-a-kind, dedicated staff.
The interior there is a contemporary twist on the standard fishing town decor that is common throughout Murrells Inlet. A vibrant sea blue theme spread throughout the dining room, appearing on bar panels as well as on the walls, but a hardwood ceiling and various nautically themed artifacts that will remind you that you’re still in the old rod-and-reel village.