Last week, we brought Caribbean good times to the streets of North London and Camden in our Turtle Bay Ice Cream van to celebrate opening of our 50th restaurant, Turtle Bay Camden.
Under what felt like the first days of summer sun in weeks, our very own Executive Chef Collin Brown served up nearly 1,000 free scoops of Rum & Raisin and vegan coconut ice cream, all drizzled with caramelised plantain and his very own rum caramel sauce. There were more than a few requests for his recipe for this seriously addictive sauce but so far he’s keeping hush on the secret!
Of course, a Turtle Bay event wouldn’t be complete without a few Reggae Rum Punches, and we kept the masses cool with our super popular Wray and Nephew rum punch slushies.
It was a LOT of fun parking up by Camden Lock and blasting out our fave reggae playlists and it was great to meet so many friendly local faces who we hope to see again soon!
If you missed out on the Ice Cream van by Camden Lock, then don’t panic - our brand new restaurant is only a 4 minute walk away, just off Camden High Street on Jamestown Street.
Come pop by for refreshing Happy Hour cocktails, fresh jerk flavours – or give our famous Bottomless Brunch a go! With a cocktail in hand and those cool reggae beats spinning - you’ll be transported somewhere tropical in no time. Caribbean good times are waiting for you!
When he’s not serving up Ice Cream, Chef Collin is busy working on developing the freshest recipes for our Caribbean-inspired menu. We recently launched loads of brand-new additions like our Sunshine Bowls and instant vegan favourites Island Brunch Bowl, featuring the unbelievable scrambled ackee. It's a must-try!