Turtle Bay adds new vegan dishes to its menu bringing the total to an impressive 28 vegan options

Read Time:   |  7th January 2020

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Turtle Bay is joining the hoards of high street restaurant that have released delicious new vegan dishes just in time for Veganuary.


Turtle Bay are offering a whopping 28 vegan dishes and more than 30 vegan cocktails this month, all inspired by the flavours of the Caribbean islands.

Tuck into the Vegan Motherclucker alongside your cocktail, a dirty and delicious twist on a ‘chicken’ burger featuring a seitan patty cooked in Jamaican spice and served with smashed avocado, wild rocket and jerk mayo.


Their vegan ‘cutters’, which are inspired by beach shacks and street vendors across the Caribbean islands, include Trini Doubles, ‘puffed up’ bara roti flatbreads, with curried chickpeas, chutney and coconut shavings and Sweet Corn Fritters with scotch bonnet peppers, served with West Indian hot sauce and a pickled onion & herb salad.

Lighter bites include the Curried Chickpea with Peppers & Mushroom wrap and the SuperVital Green, Festival or Four Grain salads.

The slow-simmered One Pot is perfect for a winter dinner as is the coconut-infused Ital Rundown, whilst the fragrant Spinach, Aubergine and Sweet Potato Curry is sure to be a winner.

When it comes to pudding, Turtle Bay has got you covered. Choose from Chilli Chocolate Brownie or Rum & Coconut Poached Pineapple.


Turtle Bay’s vegan menu will be available throughout the year. You can grab lunch for a tenner with Turtle Bay’s lunch offer, which runs 12-3pm Monday to Wednesday. The set menu includes two courses for £12 and thee for £15 available all day from Sunday – Thursday.

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