The No Catch Co. Story.
In September 2018, a small group of close friends from the animal rights organisation Surge, including vegan educator Earthling Ed, opened a non-profit vegan restaurant in London called Unity Diner. Kevyn became the manager, focusing on making UD the best place it could be for over two years, leading to the opening of Surge Sanctuary, an 18 acre forever home for rescued animals in the UK.
Since opening Unity Diner, the signature dish has always been the tofish, whether it's the tofish and chips or the tofish burger, it's a consistent best-seller.
Seeing how popular the tofish was - Ed, alongside the Unity Diner and Surge team, then created The Off the Hook Truck, giving out free portions of tofish across the coast in the UK.
To say it was a hit with non-vegans would be an understatement, everyone was blown away.
In 2021, The No Catch Co. was born in Brighton and we have been trading our vegan fish and chips since October 9th
Why do you support the Living Wage?
We feel its important to support the local community and wages in hospitality have always been on the lower side so have chosen to support the Living Wage Campaign.
We encourage others to become part in the project and its important to raise the profile of the campaign and in doing so support the wider community.
As a new business in Brighton we hope that all our employees are happy in their work and can earn a good wage, enough for a good standard of living in the local area.