Turtle Bay says it is putting a ‘big focus’ on plant-based options, after unveiling its latest menu revamp
Caribbean restaurant chain Turtle Bay has debuted a brand new menu – and it’s 42 percent plant-based.
Known for its iconic bottomless brunch, the brand’s new offerings have been curated by celebrity cook Collin Brown.
The new menu launched nationwide yesterday (March 27) in all 48 outlets across the UK.
Vegan options at Turtle Bay
Vegan diners can now opt for a range of vegan Caribbean dishes including the Island Brunch Bowl, which features scrambled ackee, sauteed callaloo, curried chickpeas, sweet fried plantain, tomatoes, and a fire-grilled roti.
The Jamaican Run Down stew – served with classic rice and peas – has also joined existing vegan options such as Smashed Avo & Jerk Mushrooms and Sweetcorn Fritters*.
Many of Turtle Bay’s signature cocktails can also be amended for vegans, including its Strawberry Daiquiri and Passion Rum Punch.
New vegan dishes on the Turtle Bay menu include the Island Brunch Bowl with scrambled ackee, sautéed callaloo, curried chickpeas, and sweet fried. Photo © Turtle Bay
‘Packed full of nutrients’
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Executive Chef Collin Brown said: “Our new menu is sick! These new dishes are full of flavour and packed full of nutrients.
“We’re very excited to introduce some key Caribbean ingredients to the menu, and put a big focus on plant-based meals, just as my people back home eat.
“The menu will be landing just in time for sunnier days, and true Caribbean good times. We’re hyped and ready to go!”
*Customers should clarify they’re vegan when ordering dishes, so any necessary adaptions can be made.
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Featured image credit: Turtle Bay