A waterside Caribbean restaurant with tropical cocktails and views of the quays is coming to Salford

With two successful Manchester-based restaurants under their belt, Turtle Bay has announced a third for Greater Manchester, this time finding a new waterfront home at Salford Quays.

Overlooking the famous Lowry, the Caribbean chain is set to bring its soulful menu to Salford for the very first time, alongside the popular bottomless brunch that attracts tons of diners every weekend.

Credit: Turtle Bay

Decorated in vibrant colors synonymous with the Caribbean, the new restaurant will bring a touch of summer to Salford Quays, with not only a delicious menu of Caribbean classics available to order, but also tropical themed cocktails and a reggae soundtrack to help customers to escape. on an island far, far away the minute they walk through the gates.

But the real highlight of the all-new Turtle Bay? The new waterfront terrace, which overlooks the quays and provides perfect sunbathing for visitors during the summer months.

From island-inspired breakfast dishes to jerk pit barbecue, Buddha bowls and small plates, there will be tons of varied dishes for guests, and even the option of a daily bottomless brunch from two hours for those who fancy getting the party started early. Turtle Bay will also bring its brilliant daily 2-4-1 cocktail offering to the new venue, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily and a later Happy Hour available on weekends.

More details are expected to be revealed about the new location, however, stay tuned here for more on the upcoming launch.

Michael M. Tomlin