A new Glasgow city centre restaurant has revealed its opening date.

Turtle Bay, the first Scottish venue of the popular UK chain, will open its doors on Friday, December 8.

Promising "soulful Caribbean-inspired menu, delicious tropical cocktails and reggae beats", the eatery is located at 130 St Vincent Street.

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To celebrate the opening, the restaurant will be at Glasgow Central Station with a Christmas-themed pop-up event with prizes.

In the run-up, the company is also running ticketed events to try their menu. You can find out more here.

Gemma Lewis, operations manager at Turtle Bay said: “We’re absolutely delighted to announce we will be opening our Glasgow restaurant on December 8.

"We’re so excited to open our doors and celebrate in Caribbean style, with the excitement ramping up throughout the city ahead of the launch! Glasgow is known for its vivacity and therefore is the perfect place to introduce Caribbean good times to Scotland.”