New dishes added to menu at Turtle Bay Sheffield as they bring back happy hour

Happy hour has been brought back at Sheffield’s Turtle Bay restaurant, as they unveil a selection of new dishes.

By Sarah Marshall
Thursday, 27th May 2021, 12:01 pm

Located in the old NUM building on Barker’s Pool in the city centre, Turtle Bay has been serving up Caribbean food to Sheffield diners since summer 2018.

The restaurant welcomed diners back inside earlier this month, when the latest raft of coronavirus restrictions were lifted, and have introduced a new selection of dishes to celebrate.

A spokesperson for the restaurant explained: “The Turtle Bay team have been busy refining their menu throughout lockdown and the result is a brand-new range of dishes to add to the menu. A Caribbean twist is given to a classic via the new Jerk Chicken Alfredo: linguine pasta covered in a mildly-spiced creamy sauce with jerk chicken and mushrooms for a comforting new fusion dish with a kick.“For the new Chilli Cheese Roti, the Bay’s beautiful homemade roti bread is grilled topped with melted cheddar, fresh chilli, rocket, garlic butter and pickled pink onions - the side dish of dreams and the perfect late night snack or lunch time treat.“The Caribbean Curry Katsu is a fantastic fusion of Japanese and Caribbean cultures, made with crispy chicken breast, scotch bonnet spiced coconut milk sauce and coconut rice and peas.”

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Turtle Bay have introduced a selection of new dishes

Punters can also take advantage of the happy hour offer every day, through which tropical cocktails and mocktails are 2-4-1.

It is available between 10am and 7pm Sunday to Thursday, and then again from 9.30pm until close. On Fridays and Saturdays it is available 10am until 7pm, and then again from 10pm until close.

Cocktail highlights include the Reggae Rum Punch, Koko Kolada and the Side Chick Martini.

Their Bottomless Brunch offering has also returned, and runs every day from 10am through to last sittings at 3pm, or 5pm on Sundays.

The Chilli Cheese Roti

Diners are given a two hour cocktail and brunching experience, during which they are able to order unlimited tropical cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe or prosecco, as well as any brunch dish including from Big Kingston Grill Down (the Bay’s Caribbean twist on a full English), to the Vegan Yardbird or the vibrant Turtle Bay take on Avocado Smash.

It costs £28.50 per person and can be upgraded to include any main course dish for £32.30.


Happy Hour has returned at Turtle Bay
The new Alfredo dish close up