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Top Spots for Ethnic Eats
Sure, seafood is great and burgers are fine, but sometimes beach fare can wear you down. Switch things up during your stay by trying one of Myrtle Beach’s ethnic eateries. Many don’t know about the wide array of cuisine that Myrtle Beach has to offer, but we are here to help! Check out some of the area’s top pick for ethnic eats and try one out during your next Myrtle Beach vacation:
Asian Fusion – Co Sushi
The chic atmosphere and convenient location at Market Common are just the icing on the cake at this recent area addition. The menu at Co features an array of Asian inspired favorites like dumplings, noodles, ceviche, and plenty of sushi. Nosh on classics like the California roll, spider roll, and rainbow roll or try something completely new with their signature “pressed sushi”. Co also offers a generous happy hour daily from 4pm – 7pm which offers select dishes for only $4 and the signature Co Sushi cocktail for only $5. Co is open Sunday – Thursday from 11am – 10pm and Friday – Saturday from 11am – 11pm. Call (843) 839-1733 for more information.
Indian – Masala Zone
Guest from far and wide flock to Masala Zone for the area’s best authentic Indian cuisine. The recipes here have been passed down and perfected over generations; one might forget that they are at the beach! Start off in true Indian fashion with a cup of the coconut chicken soup or with an order of the vegetable pakora (mixed vegetable fritters). The entrée selections are extensive and include a wide array of tandoori, curry, and masala offerings, along with plenty of fresh, hot naan. Be sure to save room for one of Masala Zone’s tempting desserts, like gulab jamun (homemade dumplings served with a warm, sweet syrup) or kulfi (homemade pistachio ice cream infused with saffron and cardamom). Masala Zone is open from Sunday – Thursday from 12pm – 10pm and Friday – Saturday from 12pm – 10:30pm. Call (843) 444-0325 for more information.
Ethiopian – Redi-et
Not only is Redi-et the first and only Ethiopian restaurant at the beach, they are the only Ethiopian restaurant in the entire state of South Carolina! Though many might be unfamiliar with this style of cuisine, we can promise that a trip to this hidden gem is well worth your time. Many of the offerings at Redi-et are also vegetarian and vegan, making it a great alternative for the health conscious. Dig into traditional favorites like doro wat (chicken), ye beg wat (lamb), and kei wat (beef) – to name a few. All dishes here are served with fresh, fluffy rice and hot bread. Redi-et is open Tuesday – Friday from 4pm – 10pm, Saturday from 12pm – 10pm, and Sunday from 1pm – 9:30pm. Call (843) 238-2879 for information.