Finding sustainable sushi can be a challenge
For a landlocked city, seafood is a surprising big deal in Kansas City. Everyone has opinions on where to get the best lobster bisque or clam chowder, but a regular point of debate among seafood lovers is where to get the best — and freshest — sushi in town.
Any discussion of sushi and seafood restaurants might actually be missing the boat — the real question might be whether the plate you’re being served is actually sustainable. What if you found out that bluefin tuna could be extinct in three years? As Fat City noted in April, that was the implication in a report issued by the World Wildlife Federation this past spring.