Flavours of the Caribbean Coming to Hammersmith Town Centre

Turtle Bay now recruiting 80 staff members ahead of launch in March

Collin Brown, who is the Caribbean’s most awarded chef

A new restaurant called Turtle Bay, promising to deliver the flavours and spirit of the Caribbean is planning to open in Hammersmith Town Centre in March 2023.

The new launch, part of a chain offering “a tropical mix of rum, reggae and jerk” , is taking over currently empty ground floor premises within 245 Hammersmith Road, the office block nicknamed ‘the big red workplace’, a few yards east of Hammersmith Broadway.

Turtle Bay promises an ethos of good times, with a Caribbean-inspired menu with signature jerk pit dishes and soul-food and a huge range of rum-based cocktails which can be sampled during Bottomless Brunches and Happy Hours.

245 Hammersmith Road where the restaurant will open

The menu has been created by executive chef Collin Brown, who is the Caribbean’s most awarded chef. It includes classic dishes and spice-infused West Indian plates like brown stew chicken and curry goat, chargrilled jerk chicken (marinaded for at least 24 hours) with rice and peas, salt fish fritters, garlic pit prawns, and decadent mac and cheese.

Chargrilled jerk chicken is marinaded for at least 24 hours
Chargrilled jerk chicken is marinaded for at least 24 hours

There are also lots of plant-based options for veggies and vegans.

The restaurant will also offer two drinks for the price of one every day during two Happy Hour sessions, running from 10am - 7pm , and the Late Happy Hour from 9:30pm till closing time.

The interior of another Turtle Bay restaurant
The interior of another Turtle Bay restaurant

The chain says that Turtle Bay Hammersmith will require around 80 staff and is currently recruiting for team members, with a range of positions available. Employees are promised an energetic, friendly and warm working environment, with extensive training and huge growth opportunities. For more information go to this link.

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December 2, 2022


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