Introducing Plantation Resort’s Sushi Rollin’ Class and Other Myrtle Beach Sushi Options
Make Delicious California Rolls at Plantation Resort
Whether you love sushi, or if you love someone who loves sushi, we hope you’ll try one of our most popular activities at Plantation Resort, our Sushi Rollin’ class. This classic Japanese dish is known for the raw ingredients that give it a clean, fresh flavor. Sushi includes ingredients like rice, vegetables, raw fish or even cooked fish (as is the case with Plantation Resort’s sushi class). There are many different kinds of sushi, but the one thing that they all have in common is vinegar-seasoned rice. In our class we go over all the details you’ll need to make your own delicious sushi rice. We also give our class participants handy recipe cards to take home.Our goal is to empower our participants with the first steps to begin their own sushi-making endeavors. The class is a great deal at $12 per person, with each person making two large sushi rolls. Together, we make the classic California Roll. This course is perfect for beginners and our sushi doesn’t contain raw fish so it’s more approachable and easier on the palate for those who have never tried sushi before.
Myrtle Beach Locations for Sushi
After enjoying the Plantation Resort sushi class and catching the sushi bug, you can explore some delicious sushi options around the Myrtle Beach area. Whether you are look for high-end sushi, or something more family-friendly and affordable, we know a place you’ll enjoy. (Click restaurant subtitles to see how close they are to Plantation Resort):
There are two locations: Broadway at the Beach, and Carolina Forest near the Tanger Outlets. You can take a break from shopping and explore over 100 different sushi options! King Kong Sushi is the favorite of our Activities Director, who teaches the sushi class. She enjoys the huge variety and affordability. She recommends the Timmy Roll and the No Name Roll.
So Ho is a casual sushi/steakhouse that appeals to both seafood lovers and non-seafood lovers a like. This surf and turf restaurant is open until 1 am; sometimes it’s nice to bypass fast food and eat well, even late at night.
Found in both Murrells Inlet and Myrtle Beach, this hibachi grill offers some of the best sushi in Myrtle Beach. Eat it as a side to go with your hibachi grill items, so you can enjoy a fun show to go with your sushi. The fantastic abilities of these chefs will have you “ooh” and “aah” with their swift movements and skill with flame.
Not only does Wicked Tuna have amazing fresh seafood, but they also offer a delicious sushi menu. It’s easy to taste the high quality of their ingredients, so you know you get what you pay for at Wicked Tuna. Located in Murrells Inlet on restaurant row, it’s a wonderful place to watch the fishing boats come in for the evening from the ocean bringing their catch of the day that ends up fresh on your table.
If you want to go all the way to the top of the sushi food chain, 21 Main is the place for you. It is an elegant sushi bar and steakhouse with amazing high-end food. They have an entire menu dedicated to the sushi bar. You’ll need a reservation to enjoy this sushi, so 21 Main is a great option when you want to dress up and take your loved one out for an elegant evening. You’ll be reserving yourself a seat to dine in one of the most amazing restaurants in Myrtle Beach. The sushi is worth it!
Reserve your stay at Plantation Resort by calling 1-800-845-5039 so you can take advantage of all these great sushi options!