It might be hard to believe, but coming in the wake of last week's new Monterey seafood guide, California Street's otherwise-nondescript Tataki might hold quite the claim to fame: "Notably missing from this tiny, 7-month-old establishment are such traditional staples as bluefin toro, hamachi, unagi, octopus and ever-popular spider rolls made with blue crabs from Asia. Because these species are considered overfished, the restaurant is not serving them. Tataki is believed to be the only sustainable sushi bar in North America, the first to tout 'sushi without guilt.'" [Chron, previously]
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