Top 10 Asian Restaurants in Myrtle Beach

By Marissa Polascak • November 22, 2016

Burgers, seafood, wings, steaks; Myrtle Beach has it all - including some top notch Asian cuisine! Whether you love Asian food like Chinese, Japanese, or Thai, or whether you just want to spice things up a bit in your diet, there are plenty of great restaurants to choose from in the area.

From mouthwatering sushi to hibachi and more, check out this list of top 10 Asian restaurants in Myrtle Beach:

P.F. Chang's

P.F. Chang’s is the most recognizable name on this list, as this restaurant has locations all across the country. P.F. Chang’s is a great restaurant to visit for a special occasion, as the dining experience is seemingly more upscale for an Asian restaurant. The menu here features a variety of Asian dishes such as Street Fare (lettuce wraps, tacos, wings, ribs, etc), Dim Sum, Sushi, and main entrees made with chicken, beef, seafood, vegetables, noodles, and rice. The entrees here are served “family-style” so be prepared to share – or not; that’s up to you.


Experience the art of Teppanyaki dining at Miyabi in North Myrtle Beach or Murrells Inlet. Sit at a large table with family and friends while a chef cooks up a tasty hibachi meal right in front of your eyes. Choose from Teriyaki Chicken, Hibachi Chicken, Shrimp, Steak, Scallops, Vegetables, or a combination as your main dish. You may also start off your meal with an appetizer like Sushi Sampler, Soft Shell Crab, or Shrimp Tempura.  

Empire Fire Mongolian Grill

If you’re hungry and looking for a variety of Asian foods to try, Empire Fire Mongolian Grill is for you. Empire Fire prides themselves on serving healthy food, so you don’t have to feel bad for what you eat here! Along with the Mongolian grill where guests can choose from meats, vegetables, and sauces to have grilled fresh, Empire Fire Mongolian Grill also has buffet stations that have already cooked Asian foods to enjoy.

Wok on the Beach

Looking for delicious and authentic Asian food? Check out Wok on the Beach for all of your favorites. Along with daily lunch specials, Wok also offer a menu that is filled with Starters, Broth Noodles (such as Udon and Wontons), Salads, Wok Seared Noodles, Fried Rice, and Entrees such as Salt & Pepper Shrimp, Mongolian Beef, General’s Chicken, Sesame Chicken; the list goes on and on!

Jimmyz Hibachi

Known as the “Original Hibachi House” it’s easy to tell what this eatery specializes in. Jimmyz Hibachi has three locations across the Grand Strand, all of which whip up mouthwatering Hibachi dishes. This fast and casual restaurant is widely recognized for its delicious $5 Chicken Bowl, but the menu also features other items like Fried Rice Bowls (with chicken, steak, or shrimp), Noodle Bowls (with chicken, steak, or shrimp), Veggie Bowls, Hibachi Salads, Hibachi Wraps, Soups, and more.

King Kong Sushi

Whether you are out and about in Carolina Forest, or if you’re hanging out at Broadway at the Beach, you’re in luck: there are King Kong Sushi locations in both places! King Kong Sushi has made a name for itself as one of the top places for sushi in Myrtle Beach. And, while the restaurant offers other menu items such as Hibachi, the sushi here is the main attraction. While the menus at each location may vary slightly, both restaurants serve a variety of sushi appetizers, small plates, Nigiri, Sashimi, Maki, Riceless Maki, and Specialty Maki.

E Noodles & Co.

Located in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach, E Noodles & Co. is a hot spot for a variety of Asian cuisine along the Grand Strand. The menu here boasts tons of traditional-style dishes from different Asian countries. Start off your meal here with Dim Sum, Dumplings, Pot Stickers, Spring Rolls, or another light option like the Seafood Tom Yum Soup, or the Japanese Seaweed Salad. Then, move onto an entrée like Broth Noodles, Mei Fun, Pud Thai, Spicy Sauteed Udon, Half Roast Duck, Cashew Nut Shrimp with Vegetables, and many other delectable options.

Lil Tokyo

Head on over to Coastal Grand Mall in Myrtle Beach for a truly awesome Japanese-style dining experience! Lil Tokyo, located on the outside of the mall, is known for their sushi and hibachi options. Sit at a table with your friends and family and watch your hibachi get prepared right in front of your eyes, or order off of the sushi menu and have the chef make fresh creations just for you. For Hibachi, guests may choose from the following: Vegetable, Chicken, Salmon, Flounder, Tuna, Tilapia, Mahi Mahi, Shrimp, Steak, Scallop, Filet Mignon, or Lobster Tail.  And, as far as the Sushi menu goes, the options are seemingly endless. Oh, and don’t forget to try some of Lil Tokyo’s delicious appetizers such as the Japanese Egg Roll or the Shrimp Tempura.

Z's Amazing Kitchen

Okay, so Z’s Amazing Kitchen isn’t necessarily an all-around Asian restaurant, but the menu here does boast some delicious Asian-inspired dishes. Known for fast, fresh, and healthy eats, Z’s Amazing Kitchen wows the palates of customers with the wide variety of flavors this restaurant offers. Asian-inspired dishes at Z’s Amazing Kitchen include Korean Beef Tacos, Tuna Poke Tacos, Soba Noodle Salad, Tuna Poke Salad, Seared Tuna Salad, Vegetable Fried Rice, Shrimp Stir Fry Noodles, and the Fried Rice Bowl.

39th Ave Bar & Grille

Even though the name of this restaurant doesn’t suggest that it serves up delicious Asian food, don’t let that stop you from stopping by. 39th Ave Bar & Grille is home to a menu that is chock-full of tasty Asian-inspired dishes. Start your meal with an appetizer like Edamame, Spring Rolls, Tuna Tataki, Tuna Tartar, Sushi Sampler, Sashimi Sampler, or the Pork Gyoza. Or, enjoy a light offering such as Miso Soup, clear Soup, Ginger Salad, Seaweed Salad, Ika Chukka, Kani Salad, or Tuna Avocado Salad before checking out the sushi menu. 39th Ave Bar & Grille offers a long list of sushi like Nigiri, Sashimi, Riceless Maki, Vegetable Rolls, Classic Rolls, and Specialty Rolls.