Promising to bring the flavours and spirit of the Caribbean to one of the most iconic towns in the capital, Turtle Bay is set to open its doors this August, in the vibrant neighbourhood of Camden Town.
Following their hugely successful opening in Hammersmith in March, this will mark Turtle Bay’s 50th opening since their launch in 2010. Famous for its renowned market stalls, eclectic art and nightlife that is buzzing with live music and a vibrant crowd, Camden attracts over 250,000 tourists per week, and the location will be the first restaurant in north London.
Turtle Bay’s expansion plans include six new openings this year. The launch of Camden will follow the brand’s 49th opening in Blackpool in June, as well as confirmation of the company’s next new site in Lincoln – in the city’s Cornhill Quarter – this September.
Nick Crossley, Turtle Bay CEO, said; “We are excited to continue our expansion of Turtle Bay over the summer months. I frequently receive communication from guests asking for Turtle Bay to open in their city. We have a strong pipeline for the rest of 2023 and beyond, and we look forward to bringing our Caribbean Good Times to new towns and cities across the country.”
With the ultimate blend of Caribbean charisma and vibrant flavours, the restaurant will become a huge contender for Londoners and tourists alike wanting to celebrate any special occasion in town. From Caribbean-inspired dishes, to 2-4-1 cocktails and a not-to-be-missed bottomless brunch, the new restaurant will have something for everyone.
Turtle Bay recently launched a brand new fresh and vibrant menu which was curated by celebrity Caribbean cook, and Executive Chef at Turtle Bay, Collin Brown. Inspired by the islands, the menu, which has been rolled out across all restaurants, was developed by Jamaica’s most awarded chef, and includes an elevation of four Turtle Bay classics, plus an introduction of 12 brand new dishes and two delicious ‘beach board’ sharing platters.
Putting a huge focus on fresh and classic flavours, Chef Collin has introduced some of the island’s most vibrant and healthy ingredients such as callaloo, ackee and jackfruit to a number of their dishes. Not only are these high-quality Caribbean ingredients, but each is a superfood boasting a number of key health benefits, packed with vitamins and nutrients.