O-Ku

463 King ST

Charleston, SC 29403

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Phone: (843) 737-0112

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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O-Ku

Located on Charleston’s renowned King Street, O-Ku offers an upscale dining experience that celebrates authentic, Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. O-Ku was awarded Top 20 Best New Restaurants by Esquire magazine in 2010. Executive Chef Sean Park presents elegant Japanese fare with an emphasis on unique ingredients and a sophisticated preparation. O-Ku offers guests the freshest and most innovative in traditional Japanese sushi and cuisine. Focused on incorporating authentically Japanese flavors into the fare, O-Ku’s menu is comprised of signature starters, soups and salads, Japanese entrées and sushi specialties of the season and reflects the uniquely designed space. O-Ku Sushi is a reflection of the minimalist design of classic Japanese restaurants. Exposed brick and a multi-mirror design offer a reminder of Charleston’s charms and unique history to the modern space.

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