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The Coconut Tree announces indoor reopening plans for Cardiff

The Coconut Tree Cardiff

In line with the latest Welsh Government guidelines, award-winning Sri Lankan bar & restaurant group The Coconut Tree has announced it will reopen for indoor dining at its city-centre Cardiff restaurant from Monday 17th May.

Four brand new, covered huts will also offer ‘indoor-outdoor’ options for guests who want to enjoy the atmosphere on Mill Lane, but still remain sheltered from the unpredictable Welsh weather.

Bookings for the Mill Lane restaurant (both indoor and outdoor areas) are now open at https://www.thecoconut-tree.com/cardiff.

The Coconut Tree has also confirmed the extension of 50% off for all eat-in customers (Monday to Wednesday) until the end of January 2022.

The street food pioneers said that they were originally inspired to offer their own discount scheme after experiencing success with ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ last year; now, they want to use the reopening of outdoor dining as an opportunity to put Sri Lankan cuisine firmly on the map in Cardiff.

Brand Director Anna Garrod said, “We’ve been inundated with requests to book our new huts on Mill Lane, so we are thrilled to share our reopening news and can’t wait to show off our Sri Lankan hospitality in Cardiff once more.”

As a result of the UK government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ offer last year, we saw a real surge in bookings; it gave us a new audience who saw it as an opportunity to try new things. Now we want to introduce even more people to our unique dishes and laid back, island vibe, so will again offer 50% off Monday – Wednesday.

Sri Lankan food hasn’t yet been taken to the heart of British culture in the same way Indian food has, and we really want to be the ones to change that, we want to hear people say – ‘let’s go for a Sri Lankan tonight!’