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Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Restaurants In The Cotswolds

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We are more than excited  to be named number three on Condé Nast Traveller’s list of the Best Restaurants in The Cotswolds! Check out what they had to say at cntraveller.com “Prices are reasonable, cocktails potent (try a Drunken Sri Lankan 3.0, in a vessel shaped like an elephant) and the dal, lentils aromatic with cardamom and coconut, may Condé Nast Traveller’s Best Restaurants In The Cotswolds

Best New Bristol Business 🌴 💚

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Winner, winner!! The Bristol Life Awards 2019 Just wowwww!!!! Still pinching ourselves! Did this really happen? TCT WON BEST NEW BRISTOL BUSINESS at The Bristol Life Awards 2019!  What the judges said:“This is a success story through and through! From what could have been a risky position, this team have pulled it out the bag Best New Bristol Business 🌴 💚

Why Is Sri Lankan Food So Yummy?

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When you produce most of the world’s spices it follows that your cuisine will be pretty darn good. Add to this a South Indian heritage, a colonial past and centuries of being a trading post for spices and you’re left with a pretty picky bunch of locals when it comes to food. So here’s a Why Is Sri Lankan Food So Yummy?

Sri Lankan Is Back! 🇱🇰 💚 Where To Stay On The South Coast…

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Yes, we’re happy to announce that after the easter sunday attacks this year sri lanka is open for business. That means just one thing; you can book your sunny holiday on our beloved isle once again. As we always like to remind folk there’s something for everyone and every budget in sri lanka. To help Sri Lankan Is Back! 🇱🇰 💚 Where To Stay On The South Coast…

Bristol, Banksy And You

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Bristol; the city we love so much that we planted two coconuts on its shores. Yes, let it be known that there are two places where you can experience The Coconut Tree in Bristol. With Bristol being a major foodie hub we had to make sure that we threw Sri Lankan street food in to Bristol, Banksy And You

Jay Rayner Review For The Observer

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Top food critic Jay Rayner recently stopped by TCT Cheltenham to sample Sri Lankan street food, TCT-style. Check out his review at TheGuardian.com “LAID BACK, CHEAP AND FULL OF CHARM, THE COCONUT TREE CAPTURES THE VIVID FLAVOUR OF SRI LANKA.” “IT’S EASY TO SEE WHY IT’S SUCCEEDED. THERE IS A RAUCOUS ROUGH-EDGED ENTHUSIASM TO THE Jay Rayner Review For The Observer

Can You Still Experience An Off-the-beaten-path In Sri Lanka?

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Bringing us all things Sri Lanka, straight from the elephant’s mouth, is travel blogger and all-round island girl Demi Perera. Demi is the creator and editor of her own popular e-zine Girl Travels World. In her spare time she loves to recline on her hammock under a coconut tree. What we have here is a Can You Still Experience An Off-the-beaten-path In Sri Lanka?

Recipe ~ Vegetable Kotthu

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Enjoy a plate of Sri Lankan sunshine at home!!!! Big Chef shares the secrets to a TCT ABSOLUTE FAVE – the Vegetable Kotthu Give it a bash and tag #tcttakeaway on Instagram for us to see and share! Kotthu is a fine example of Sri Lankan hybrid food and served all over the country as luxury street Recipe ~ Vegetable Kotthu

New Dishes Alert!!!🔥😋

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New Dishes ALERT!!!🔥Get your greens fix with Mukunuwenna (GF) (VG) Finely chopped Kale 🥬 fried in coconut oil with toasted coconut flesh shavings Moving on to the second dish in the shot… TCT King Fish Curry (GF) Sri Lanka’s favourite flavoursome white fish, delicately poached in a rich coconut milk bursting with hints of pandon New Dishes Alert!!!🔥😋

#endchildfoodpoverty

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We are joining hundreds of other restaurants to pledge meals this week to support #endchildfoodpoverty  As with our own children family values where kids under 10 & under eat free However this half term we want help provide children with free takeaway lunches (these will be up to 16 years of age).  Please be sure #endchildfoodpoverty