Caribbean food chain Turtle Bay has announced the opening of its first Scottish location.
The new restaurant will bring a Caribbean-inspired menu to Vincent Street in Glasgow’s city centre this year.
The location marks the companies 52nd expansion project since the brand was established in 2010.
It will bring a number of employment opportunities to the local area, with plans to recruit 60 team members for a range of roles.
The official opening date has yet to be finalised but Turtle Bay operations manager, Gemma Lewis, said that the location will open in late 2023.
The restaurant will feature an open kitchen as well as an island bar and “captures the essence of the Caribbean in everything from its décor through to the menu and hospitality”.
Ms Lewis said: “We are thrilled to announce that Turtle Bay will be opening in Scotland for the first time later this year.
“A milestone moment for us, we can’t wait to bring a taste of the Caribbean to Glasgow and look forward to introducing our unique soulful flavours and reggae good times to the Scottish market.”
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