A new twist to one of the country’s most loved meals will be served at a Southampton restaurant from this weekend.

Caribbean-inspired chain Turtle Bay, will be launching its ‘Sunday Reggae Roasts’, an island twist on the traditional British roast dinner across more than 30 of their UK sites – including the Guildhall Square restaurant.

Guests can choose from jerk topside beef, half jerk chicken, jerk pork belly or vegan jerk “chicken” plus all the trimmings.

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The new form of roast dinner would be available from January 28.

Renowned for its affordable bottomless brunches, they have included a bottomless upgrade with two hours of unlimited cocktails, beer, prosecco and non-alcoholic alternatives, for an additional £25.

Speaking of the new menu, Collin Brown, Executive Chef at Turtle Bay said: “There's nothing better than sitting down with friends and family on Sundays and just relaxing with a huge spread of food.

“Whether it's a family pot roast in Jamaica or a big roast dinner here in the UK, it's something that brings us all joy.”