The Hull campaign is coordinated by the Hull Food Partnership and they need your help! If you are a food-serving business in Hull, please sign the pledge and help your city to become the world’s first Sustainable Fish City, or contact Hull Food Partnership for more information.
The following food-serving organisations in Hull have signed the Sustainable Fish City pledge for their fish buying, also promising to promote sustainable fish to their staff and customers.
Local authorities and Schools
Restaurants & Iconic businesses
For over 40 years, the Cerutti family have served fresh and locally-inspired food from their restaurants in Hull and Beverly, as well as extra special catering for events. Cerutti's was founded in 1974 and specialise in seafood, offering a 'catch of the day' dish, to take advantage of the species caught seasonally.
Papa's Fish and Chips
The first Papa's restaurant openeded in 1966 in Margate, Kent, but the family moved north in the 1990s and now offer fish and chips to thousands of customers each week from restaurants in Bilton, Hull City Centre, Cleethorpes, Scarborough and Willerby. In 2017, Papa's was named the UK's best fish and chip shop in BBC2's 'Best of British Takeaways' judged by chef Tom Kerridge. The Papa's restaurant in Willerby has Marine Stewardship Council certification so customers can choose ecolabeled fish and be confident that their fish can be traced back to a certified sustainable fishery.
Shoot the Bull
Shoot the Bull are one of the first 'Gastro Pop-up' businesses in Hull, offering top-end street-food dishes at local markets, food festivals and events. They serve sustainable seafood that are less common on menus, including blow-torched mackerel and crayfish club sandwiches (crayfish is an invasive species in the UK). If you're looking for lobster mac-and-cheese or local beer-battered fish in an indoor setting, Shoot the Bull also operate a pub/restaurant in one of Hull's most iconic buildings - the Old House on Scale Lane.
The Sailmaker's Arms
The Sailmaker's Arms offers traditional food including beer-battered haddock and chips and fish finger panini in the Hull's historic Old Town near the Museums Quarter. The Sailmaker's Arms is best known for live music and open mic nights, and rare city-centre outdoor courtyard, and will now add a sustainable fish policy to it's achievements.
Good ethics should be part of everyday business. Many restaurants and caterers in this are helping to protect our precious marine resources. They should get rightful recognition and inspire others to do the same.