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Turtle Bay has cemented itself as a fun place for a taste of the Caribbean right here in Leamington. Whether it’s a jerk-flavoured feast or some Caribbean-inspired cocktails, the Regent Court-based restaurant has become a firm favourite. While I’m a more than familiar with the cocktail menu and Turtle Bay’s well-known happy hour offering, I hadn’t tried the food until recently and now I’m wondering why it took me so long.
Much is made of Leamington’s list of renowned chain restaurants but it is the smaller independent gems which help set the town apart in regard to its food and drink offering. The Tame Hare, in Warwick Street, has firmly established itself on that list of independent gems in the town centre.
There’s no shortage of dining choices in Regent Court, but Italian chain Gusto is a place I hadn’t yet tried anywhere else, let alone in Leamington.
I’d wanted to visit French bistro Oscars for ages and took the chance when they held a Provence-themed night homage to patron Pascal’s home region of Provence.
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