Famed for it’s Caribbean-inspired, flavour-packed menu, West Indian Restaurant Turtle Bay will be opening its doors on Holly Street in less than a month!
With 42 restaurants across the UK already, Sheffield will be added to the mix as the restaurant chain launches in the city on 3 June. Bringing its trademark jerk spices, sunshine-inspired cocktails and island spirit, the Holly Street branch will be found in the former National Union of Miners building. It’ll host up to 172 diners across two floors – the second being a cosy mezzanine floor offering fantastic views over Sheffield City Hall.
Along with the creation of 50 new jobs, the new addition to Sheffield’s already extremely vibrant restaurant scene will celebrate the colourful Caribbean – showcasing the very best of West Indian cuisine in a laid-back and somewhat unique setting. As one of Turtle Bay’s most ambitious transformations, the Sheffield venue will be a contemporary interpretation of the Caribbean, featuring an open street kitchen and island beach bar.
So, if you’re looking to enjoy some of Turtle Bay’s famous jerk chicken and curry goat, or if you’re after something new, there’ll be plenty to choose from, with over 50 authentic Caribbean dishes. There’ll also be plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options too. Why not try a Beach Shack-inspired ‘Cutter’? Or perhaps some Jerk BBQ Pit? With Curry One Pots and loads more, including an extensive lunch menu, this is definitely food for the soul.
Did we mention there’ll also be over 40 hand-picked Caribbean rums?! White, dark, spiced and overproof, have them in one of Turtle Bay’s classic or signature cocktails, which are 2 for 1 during happy hours (until 7pm and then 10pm ‘til close throughout the week).
Enjoy the explosive flavours of the Caribbean at Sheffield’s latest addition to its diverse restaurant scene. Opening on 3 June, be sure to head down to Turtle Bay on Holly Street (S1 2GT) to check it out for yourself!