I was surprised to see it quite busy at 7pm on a Thursday but we were seated and served quickly. I love the low level lighting and fairy lights and think it creates a lovely atmosphere. Sadly we had just missed the 2 for 1 cocktails so check out the times before you book if you are a cocktail fan.
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Whilst perusing the food menu I had a Bay Bramble cocktail which tasted like a grown up Ribena and I can definitely recommend and Stuart decided on a pint of Red Stripe.
For starters I chose the Classic Beef Batty and Stuart ordered the Crispy Chilli Squid. Stuart said the Chilli Squid was excellent and would definitely order again. Mine was good but I would try another option next time.
For the mains we both went for one pot options. I had the Curry Goat which was amazing but slightly too hot for me. The rice was cooked perfectly and I was really glad I tried it having never eaten goat before going to Turtle Bay. Stuart ordered the Bajan Beef Cheeks which he said were brilliant and the beef was melt in the mouth.
We decided on another drink and I tried a Raspberry Reggae Rum which was also delicious but the Bay Bramble topped it for me and Stuart had another Red Stripe.
Finally we looked at desserts. I love Lemon Meringue so I had to try the Passion Pie which was amazing!!! Stuart decided not to have a dessert but was tempted by the Fresh BBQ Pineapple.
We had a great night and will definitely return with friends soon. My only criticism is that the tables do not have cocktail lists so you need to ask for one each time you want to order a new drink. This is a minor point but is something they could maybe add. Our service was great and I think Turtle Bay is a brilliant addition to the Northampton dining scene.
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Turtle Bay Menu
Disclaimer: We were given a 3 course meal and 1 drink each in exchange for this review. All opinion's are my own.