This November, the Caribbean-inspired restaurant and bar is bringing their tropical trio of rum, reggae and jerk to the heart of Romford.
Promising to introduce the flavours and spirit of the Caribbean to Romford town, Turtle Bay is set to open doors to its remarkable 46th site this November. Set in the prime location of The Brewery Shopping and Leisure Centre, the restaurant sits just a stone’s throw away from Romford station.
With the ultimate blend of Caribbean-charisma and vibrant flavours, the restaurant is set to become a huge contender for those wanting to celebrate any special occasions in town. Representing an ethos of “good times” at the very heart of the brand, guests at Turtle Bay can expect a celebrational feast of Caribbean-inspired soul food from bottomless brunch favourites to the signature jerk pit dishes, not forgetting a selection of addictive spice-infused West Indian plates such as Brown Stew Chicken and Curry Goat.
Guests will be able to go to town on Turtle Bay’s huge range of rum-based cocktails with the generous 2-4-1 offer every day of the week, with Happy Hour running from 11am-7pm daily, and the Late Happy Hour from 9:30pm Sunday-Thursday and from 10pm Friday and Saturday.
The iconic Turtle Bay Bottomless Brunch will also be on offer at the new site; a two-hour long Caribbean cocktail and brunching experience which includes unlimited tropical cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe, or prosecco, tasty dishes like Fried Chicken and Roti (the restaurant’s spin on chicken and waffles) served with infectious vibes throughout
Turtle Bay’s executive chef Collin Brown, Jamaica’s most awarded chef, has created a menu of classic dishes and unique flavours that can’t be missed, like 24-hour marinated and chargrilled jerk chicken, salt fish fritters, garlic pit prawns, and indulgent mac and cheese. The menu at Turtle Bay is also great for vegans who can tuck in to plenty of plant-based options .
Creating over 60 jobs in the town centre, Turtle Bay Romford is currently recruiting for its latest team members, with a range of positions available. Promising an energetic, friendly and warm working environment, employees can expect huge growth opportunities at Turtle Bay, as part of the company’s tailored leadership and development programmes. The team is holding a recruitment day on September 27th 10-4pm and you can sign up here to hear more.
General Manager of Turtle Bay Romford Lee Beechey says: “We cannot wait to immerse ourselves in the culture and community of Romford, bringing our Caribbean-mix of rum, food and music to town. Part of the upbeat and welcoming spirit at Turtle Bay lies very much with our respected and dedicated team members, and we very much look forward to recruiting some fantastic additions to the team over the next few weeks.”
To find out more about Turtle Bay Romford and to be and to be first to know about their soft launch event (which includes free food!) please visit https://turtlebay.co.uk/restaurants/romford
The restaurant will be located on 7a The Brewery, Romford, RM1 1AU.