The Original Sustainable Sushi Bar In 2008, we decided to open a small sushi bar in Pacific Heights that only sold responsibly sourced, environmentally friendly seafood -- the first sustainable sushi restaurant in the U.S.View Photos
Into the Fire At the newly opened Tataki South, located at Church and Day St in Noe Valley, we continue to only use sustainable seafood, but push the envelope even further by adding a traditional robata grill, new flavor profiles, and other delicious items to the menu.View Photos
A Sign of the Times Tataki Canyon is named for nearby Glen Canyon Park, one of San Francisco's most beautiful green spaces. The restaurant is designed to integrate a new level of seasonal awareness into Tataki's approach to sustainable and responsible cuisine, and in addition to a fully stocked sushi bar, offers a parallel menu that interprets the seasonal bounty of Northern California through the lens of traditional Japanese cuisine.
Showcase the beauty and delicacy of Japanese cuisine while respecting the sanctity and fragility of our environment. If we are to preserve the art of sushi, we must also safeguard the health and biodiversity of our oceans. With this in mind, we strive everyday to integrate the concept of sustainable dining into our menu options.