Turtle Bay bottomless brunch: A complete guide to the Caribbean restaurant's famous brunch

All the info you need to know to make the most out of your endless supply of cocktails at Turtle Bay

Updated on 11 August 2021 • Written By Archie Lockyer

Turtle Bay bottomless brunch: A complete guide to the Caribbean restaurant's famous brunch

Turtle Bay’s signature event is undoubtedly its bottomless brunch. With a plethora of cocktails, food and more cocktails on offer and a variety of locations throughout the UK, Turtle Bay evokes a friendly, lively atmosphere representative of the Carribean theme of the restaurant. Bottomless brunch being an event that is the perfect way to cheaply, conveniently, and most importantly, have a boozy celebration with friends.


Throughout the UK there are a variety of different themed restaurants, from London’s Bounce offering lively ping pong-themed fun for diners to the live entertainment of The Blues Kitchen-Manchester. Yet Turtle Bay still remains the head of the high street themed restaurant, with its colourful walls, drenched in portraits of Carribean icons like Bob Marley and a bar stocked with spirits of all sizes and shapes. Turtle Bay is recognisable and memorable to anyone who has ever visited.

With a set of locations from Birmingham to Bristol, Turtle Bay offers food that can bring a spicy kick to your palate or act as a refreshing, cooling breather from fruity, tantalising drinks. From ‘jerk pit’ meals, smothered in 10 different spice rubs to ‘Buddha bowls’ of halloumi and tofu, Turtle Bay has food that acts as a perfect addition to bottomless brunch.

In terms of variety in alcohol, Turtle Bay has it covered. With a selection of signature Turtle Bay originals like One Love and Reggae Rum Punch as well as more well-known classics like Mojitos and Espresso Martinis on offer.

We’ve got a great deal to dive into, with the near infinite possibilities that diners are capable of having with Turtle Bay bottomless brunch, so to help with what to expect, what to wear, the price and our recommendations on the best cocktails to have, we have designed a guide for all your needs!

What’s included at Turtle Bay bottomless brunch?

For two hours, Turtle Bay offers any alcohol, no matter what you fancy, to be mixed and matched for the entire experience. This allows customers to try any number of Turtle Bay original cocktails or simply Bellinis and Prosecco during their time at Turtle Bay. In terms of food, Turtle Bay offers any brunch option (or main meal for an additional price) along with the unlimited supply of drinks. 

When to go to Turtle Bay bottomless brunch?

Turtle Bay’s bottomless brunch is available everyday from 10am until 3pm and 5pm on Sundays. Planning your day around the experience is ideal due to Turtle Bay’s convenient locations on the high street. Offering an experience ideal for a mid-week celebration at lunch or an early evening meet up on the weekend.

Which Turtle Bay locations offer bottomless brunch?

All Turtle Bay branches offer bottomless brunch, meaning that whichever restaurant is most convenient for you and your friends will allow you to mix and match any and all drinks.

What to wear to Turtle Bay bottomless brunch?

Turtle Bay’s casual and laid back nature means that there is no official dress code. Although some Turtle Bay diners may opt for a smart casual look to mark the occasion.

What should I order at Turtle Bay bottomless brunch?

The cocktails at Turtle Bay certainly bring a great balance between flavour whilst still retaining a small amount of punch of the alcohol. From the fruity options, the Passion Rum Punch stands out, bringing together the sweet, tropical taste of passion fruit with the fierce flavour of dark rum. The Jamaican Mule is also a stand-out with the use of the Carribean rum known as Soggy Dollar Spice that is much advertised around the restaurant, with it’s spicy kick combined with the zest of lime and heavy ginger beer, which gives the cocktail an eclectic taste. From the more classic cocktails, Turtle Bay’s Espresso Martini is a rich, creamy treat which combines coffee, vodka and vanilla.

In terms of food, the Big Kingston Grill Down is the signature dish of the brunch menu. It sees a classic British breakfast getting a Carribean twist, with jerk sausages and jerk bacon being added along with staples like tomato and mushroom. For vegetarians, the Vegan Yardbird brings a chicken-style patty topped with the freshness of ripe avocado and maple syrup, perfect for plant-based diners.

Is Turtle Bay bottomless brunch worth it?

The critical question. In terms of monetary value, Turtle Bay’s bottomless brunch is certainly worth it as a wallet-friendly way to have a boozy adventure with friends at a location that will likely be convenient for all. With a range of alcohol that will please everyone from those desiring fruity flavoursome cocktails to those craving classic recipes, Turtle Bay’s bottomless brunch has something for everyone.

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