Bored of turkey? Fancy mixing up your Christmas dinner? Head on over to Turtle Bay where you can get your reggae on with a menu including spicy jerk and moreish rum for a Caribbean Christmas to remember.
As the festive season gears up, Turtle Bay offers an alternative festive vibe, with its first ever set Christmas menu – featuring dishes inspired by the island life and Caribbean sunshine.
It’s miserable out there as I write this, but at Turtle Bay you can transform grey winter get-togethers into fabulous, sunshine-inspired festive parties that you probably won’t forget in a hurry.
The Caribbean Christmas collection offers a range of laid-back eating options based on Turtle Bay’s soul food and famous cocktails.
The Festive Platters menu is Turtle Bay’s answer to a chilled out, social Christmas eating experience – all for just £9 per head. Platters are Turtle Bay’s most popular dishes served with a range of delicious sides. Perfect together with any of Turtle Bay’s legendary rum cocktails or with a cooler of Caribbean craft beers, bubbles or wine. The new drinks packages mean that all this can be pre-ordered, and be waiting on the table as guests arrive.
The Festive Lunch menu is a three-course Caribbean bonanza for just £15 per head. Guests can go all out with Caribbean with Crispy Okra, Jamaican Browned Chicken & Caymanas Upside Down Cake, or dial down the spice a little with Garlic Flatbread, the famous Turtle Bay Street Burger and Dark Chocolate Brownies.
The All-Day Christmas Menu with four courses for £24 per head is for those who want to go all out ‘tropical-festive’. This Island-inspired festive experience starts with a range of sharing dishes for the group to graze on, followed by a succulent Caribbean banquet of three courses including Turtle Bay’s famous jerk chicken.
All festivities are better with reggae and the whole experience will be served up to the party sound of the Caribbean… So festive revellers are invited to simply turn up, dig in and chill out at the Caribbean Social, for the alternative Christmas celebration of the year.
See you there.