Turtle Bay launch delivers a slice of the Caribbean to Milton Keynes!

Mon 08 Nov 2010

Milton Keynes’ first Caribbean restaurant and bar, Turtle Bay, opened with a large helping of classic Caribbean heart and soul at The Hub last week.

Over 400 guests, including the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Debbie Brock, MK Dons and MK Lions players plus representatives from the Barbados Tourist Board and local association Friends of the Caribbean, were treated to a fabulous evening of dazzling entertainment and delicious cocktails all delivered with authentic West Indian charm and passion.

Live performances from Glastonbury favourites, The Magic Drum Orchestra, filled the air from The Hub piazza, delighting passers-by and guests alike, whilst inside flamboyant limbo dancers and arranger and songwriter Alexander D Great thrilled the crowds.

Stephen Entwistle, Director of Operations at Turtle Bay, said; “The launch party was such a fantastic evening – packed with guests and with a live DJ and music the atmosphere was electric all night long, really reflecting the true Caribbean soul that Turtle Bay is all about.

“After such a successful launch event we are now thrilled that the restaurant is fully open. The Caribbean is such a great source of inspiration with regards to culture, food and atmosphere and we’re really excited about the people of Milton Keynes coming down to experience delicious food and drinks Caribbean style!”

Turtle Bay is now open offering a fantastic Caribbean culinary experience with food, drink, decor, music and service all coming together to create a casual and contemporary ambiance.

Open seven days a week, 12 noon – 11.00 p.m. and 11.30 p.m. at weekends.

Log onto www.turtlebay.co.uk to check out news, events and opening offers!

Bookings now being taken: 01908 397 888

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