You may have read my post recently about the Turtle Bay Spotify Channel? Well, we were able to hear this firsthand as we reviewed Turtle Bay Ealing last week.
The atmosphere is all abuzz in the restaurant and can be loud but that’s what Turtle Bay is all about. It’s a very happening kind of place.
On walking in, my eldest was immediately hooked and said she would love to visit with friends – when she was older of course.
The menu is quite extensive and it’s difficult to come to a decision as to what to order.
We settled for the classic beef patty, crispy chilli squid and jerk pit wings. I wanted to try the prawns but they were unavailable that night. However, the squid more than made up for it because it was just delicious.
For the main – Hubs ordered the Caribbean Curry Fish, we ordered the Babyback pork ribs, Slow Braised Beef Rib and the Jerk Chicken. Aeryn ordered the Cheeseburger from the Little Turtle Menu.
All the dishes were delicious but the Beef Rib was just amazing. It was succulent and ever so tasty.
All the Pit food has that gorgeous smoky flavour.
We also had to try dessert so we had the Dark Chocolate Brownie, the Passion Pie, Banana & Toffee Cheesecake and Caymanas Upside Down Rum Cake. The desserts were all a must try if you visit so save some space for it. But the one that won hands down is the Upside Down Rum Cake.
We had an amazing family dinner and I would definitely recommend visiting a Turtle Bay restaurant. There’s a huge range on the menu with light lunches and salads too if you would like something that is not so filling.
The quantity of each dish is good and probably too much if you are a small eater.
Oh yes – there are also cocktails to try. And Happy Hour.
Here’s the link to book a table – https://www.turtlebay.co.uk/#anchor-food-drink