Food & Drink

13th April 2022

Get ready for summer with the new bottomless dinner at Turtle Bay

University life is all about learning. Learning how to look after yourself, how to choose between studying and a night out, and most importantly where to get the best drinks while also saving money. After three years in Liverpool, I’ve learnt that Turtle Bay is definitely the place to be for tasty food and exotic drinks that won’t break the bank!

For us, Turtle Bay’s bottomless brunch has become a hallmark of any celebration. The reggae restaurant always brings the ultimate summery vibes no matter the weather outside. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love bottomless brunch at Turtle Bay, but have you ever wished that the deal ran a bit later than three-o-clock so you could carry on partying into the night? Well, our wish has been granted. Turtle Bay have launched a brand new bottomless ‘all inclusive’ dinner, which includes not one, but two courses! 

Where Bottomless Brunch meets late night happy hour!

For £39.50 per person, you’ll enjoy a starter and main of your choice, accompanied with two hours of bottomless cocktails! At only £8 more than bottomless brunch, Turtle Bay’s new deal runs from 7pm Monday-Thursday and from 5pm on Sundays. The latest bookings for the all inclusive dinner are at 9:30pm, making it ideal for the upcoming bank holiday weekend. I won’t lie though; it sounds perfect for any occasion…

Food from the bay, for the soul

For your first course, there’s an abundance of small plates to choose from. These include, Garlic Pit PrawnsMac ‘n’ Cheese Bites, and Sweetcorn Fritters. I’d suggest everyone picking different dishes so you can share and find new faves. The second course is where the most soulful element of Turtle Bay’s menu comes in, with their classic jerk chicken dishes and curry goat hash. Or try the Turtle Bay twist on a cult favourite, with their Caribbean Curry Katsu! If you’re veggie or vegan, don’t worry because Turtle Bay’s selection of plant based dishes, such as the No Moo Burger and Organic Tofu Buddha Bowl. It all sounds delicious! 

Getting the drinks flowing

As elite as the food is at Turtle Bay, their drinks are really the highlight for me. Whether you fancy one of their funky twists on a mojito, the refreshing Tingaling (one of my favourites), or the new Pineapple Daiquiri – yum! 

If you don’t fancy an evening of bottomless drinks, then Turtle Bay are also running a late night small eats deal, which includes two starters or sides from the menu, along with four cocktails for £23.50. This deal begins at 9:30pm Sunday-Thursday and 10pm Friday and Saturday – ideal for a chill catch up!

For more deals and offers, check out the Turtle Bay website! Meanwhile, if you want more food and drink content, check out the rest of our articles!

Feature image: Turtle Bay