Posted: Tue 13th Dec 2022

Caribbean restaurant and bar Turtle Bay set to open Chester restaurant in Spring

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This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Dec 13th, 2022

Caribbean restaurant and bar, Turtle Bay, is set to open its first restaurant in Chester in March 2023.

The new restaurant and bar will be at Northgate, the city’s new market and leisure destination.

The brand new 3,000 sq ft restaurant will serve a total of 182 covers, bringing the magic of the Caribbean to Chester.

Guests can expect Turtle Bay’s signature beach shack-style decor, a trademark Caribbean-inspired menu, as well as a tried and tested selection of rum-based cocktails.

Fran Toal, Regional Operations Manager at Turtle Bay said:

“We can’t wait to bring the Caribbean social to Chester. We’re really excited to be opening our very first Cheshire restaurant in such a beautiful city with a thriving food and drink scene.”

“The menu features the best Caribbean soul food and cocktails and we know it’s going to be a big hit. We’re already busy behind the scenes and we can’t wait to show you what we have in store Chester.”

Councillor Richard Beecham, Cabinet Member for Inclusive Growth, Economy & Regeneration in Chester, commented:

“I am very pleased to welcome Turtle Bay to Northgate, it will be a vibrant and unique addition to the range of food and drink already on offer. Chester’s food scene draws influence from across the globe, and I am sure Turtle Bay’s tropical flavours and reggae sounds will be a hit with residents and visitors to our city.”

Turtle Bay Chester is also looking for people to join Turtle Bay with a range of positions available both front and back of house.

For those interested keep an eye out on the Turtle Bay website for more information closer to the time.

 

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