It's hard to eat fish guilt free for mercury and environmental reasons, but its so healthy beyond that it's justifiable once or twice a week. Tataki in SF lets you get away with both!
Some spinach goma ae and wakame salad after a bowl of miso of course. Standard procedure for me.
I got the sashimi sampler: tuna, Arctic char, and striped bass. It was definitely all clean and of the highest quality.
This is where they really shined however: the Tataki order (thinly sliced seared fish)
I got the Black Sea Bream with avo, jalapeno, masago, and a ponzu chile sauce.
The fish was so creamy and soft / tender paired perfectly with more creamy avocado but then jazzed with a spicy kick and a little sweetness from the ponzu and jalapeno. Amazing seared fish FTW!
- Bella mushrooms
- Butternut/zucchini squash leftovers
- Mixed greens
- Kim chee
- Red cabbage
Do you worry about fish sustainability and mercury content when eating?
Have you tried flax instead of olive oil?