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Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay

Caribbean Eating and Drinking

Turtle Bay Caribbean Restaurant Caribbean eating and drinking cool cooking with hot flavours!

UK based Restaurant Food Music. Steelasophical Steel Band Ambience music dj. Dine out and about. Turtle-Bay

Who are Turtle Bay… Born from a love of basking in the chilled-out ambience of the Caribbean, Turtle Bay is all about our unique winning combination of our food, drink, atmosphere and crucially our people. Working at the Bay … We want the best of the best to join us, so we will: • Get you where you want to be! We will actively invest in your personal career goals, through training and development paths. • Offer you a competitive package with bags of perks! • Celebrate and reward both your personal and team’s successes. Chefs … Mouth-watering hot sauces, spice rubs, fragrant marinades and cool chutneys feature in our food. Fresh hand tossed salads, spice wood jerk grills and exotically spiced one pots, that are perfect for sharing with friends. We look for talented Chefs, that will take pride in the food they prepare and present and serve fantastic Caribbean inspired food. Managers … It takes a certain kind of person to work as a Manager at Turtle bay. We look for intelligent, dynamic and strong leaders who can work with passion and integrity and as a positive ambassador for our brand and our teams. Bar and Floor… The heart and soul of our restaurants; we look for people who have a genuine love for cocktails, our food, music and people. If you can handle the pressure in a fun, fast paced environment – get in touch! https://jobs.turtlebay.co.uk/

Turtle Bay Locations

Bath

Birmingham

Blackburn

Bournemouth

Bristol Broad Quay

Bristol Cheltenham Rd

Brixton

Cardiff

Chelmsford

Cheltenham

Colchester

Crawley

Croydon

Derby

Ealing

Exeter

Guildford

Huddersfield

Leamington Spa

Leeds

Leicester

Liverpool Hanover St

Liverpool Victoria St

Manchester Northern Quarter

Manchester Oxford St

Middlesbrough

Milton Keynes

Newcastle

Northampton

Norwich

Nottingham

Oxford

Peterborough

Plymouth

Preston

Sheffield

Solihull

Southampton

Staines

Swansea

Walthamstow

Winchester

York

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