Turtle Bay is Open Again on 12 April

Think Caribbean soul food, tropical cocktails and the open air ‘beachfront’ dining experience, then from 17 May, Turtle Bay will welcome customers to eat inside. You can make a booking now.

So, whether you’re looking for breakfast, brunch, lunch or an evening meal, you can enjoy a spell of Caribbean sunshine at Turtle Bay whilst you meet (really meet) friends and enjoy your freedom. Those who just want to relax with a drink or three can take advantage of Turtle’s happy hour and two for one rum cocktails.

The all day menu offers a wide selection of Caribbean soul food – Jerk Pit BBQ; comforting curries and clean-eating inspired Buddha Bowls; burgers, salads and sides. Vegans have not been forgotten, nor are they an afterthought – there’s an impressive range of vegan food, no matter what the time of day. And every day, there’s the bottomless brunch for two hours: any brunch dish, unlimited tropical cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe, bellinis, prosecco and craft beer.

Happy Hour

Sunday to Thursday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 9.30 p.m. to closing.
Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to closing.


Turtle Bay Leeds is open for outdoor bookings from 12th April and bookings for 17th May onwards are now being taken for inside the restaurant (up to 6 people).

While indoor areas at Turtle Bay restaurant remain closed, spaces are limited and reservations are required.

COVID-19 Secure Measures

Turtle Bay restaurants have been operationally transformed to become COVID-secure destinations. Full details can be found below and on the website. Measures in place in the restaurant for the safety of customers and teams include:

Team Health Checks:
Daily health checks are in place before team members start their shift to ensure they are displaying no symptoms. Individual risk assessments are completed for each team member to ensure it is safe for them to return to work.

Social Distancing:
Tables are spaced in line with the 1m plus guidelines and teams will be observing this too.

Screens:
Customers can choose to have a Perspex screen fitted to the table – these can be requested on booking.

Going cashless:
Cash will not be taken to reduce risk, contactless payment is available.

App:
An order & pay at table App is being trialled with a view to rolling out nationally later this month.

Cleaning and hygiene:

Hand-sanitisers are available throughout the restaurant & a strict cleaning. program will be taking place throughout the day, including frequent handwashing carried out by all team members.

PPE:
Is available for every team member if they choose to use this.

Consolidated Menu:
A pared-back menu will be in place for the time being to reduce waste and enable social distancing in the kitchen.

Bridget Markham

Bridget helps us out from time to time, exercising her wide-ranging interests by writing previews and researching when we need more information.

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