Turtle's Deli is a family owned and operated business known for its huge portion sizes and friendly service. Guests stop by this spot when they are in need of a quick meal in a fun environment, or to pick something to take with them on the go.
Lunch at Turtle's is basic with corned beef on rye and “The Raven” which is turkey breast with bacon, tomato and melted cheddar cheese on French bread. Named after strenuous hill that challenges bikers, “The Beast” is hot roast beef with raw onions and melted Swiss cheese with horseradish and mayonnaise on garlic bread is the signature dish of the deli. Early risers stop by Turtle’s Deli for hot cinnamon buns and espresso.
Turtle's Deli is a popular delicatessen that happens to specialize in American cuisine. Expect an atmosphere and service that is very casual. This location is open for both breakfast and lunch, so make time to try it.
Casual and simply decorated, Turtle’s Deli provides place for its customers to seat themselves at the tiny spot at the entrance of downtown Frederiksted.
Turtle's Deli is found in toward the center of Frederiksted.
Vacationers can combine their restaurant visit with local sightseeing possibilities by patronizing one of the area's many close-by attractions, like Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts.
There are at least a few nearby outdoor activities to engage in if you have space in your itinerary. Anyone up for an outdoor challenge could plan ahead to play a round at the neighborhood golf course, Carambola Beach Golf Club. Or sometime during your visit you might want to chill out at , which is the most nearby beach and is only a half mile away. And, these are only a few options among a group of beaches, courses, and outdoor pursuits within the region.
If you're hoping to find another place to eat with some similar menu items and/or comparable prices, there is no shortage of nearby dining spots to choose between, including Turtle's After Dark. Find it less than a hundred yards from Turtle's Deli.
Then again, if you're in the mood for a change of pace, this part of St. Croix has an excellent list of food and drink locales, where you will encounter everything from the familiar to the exotic. For example, you might also enjoy Creole eats at The Pink Spot, which is a short distance east-southeast.
Closed on Sunday, Turtle's is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. the rest of the week.
Location: 37 Strand Street, Frederiksted, St. Croix
Phone: (340) 772-3676
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