Introducing ‘STAY LATE SATURDAYS’ kicking off at Clifton Triangle this Saturday 27th July! Street Food served till 11pm and Cocotails till extremely late!! 🙌🏽 TCT Clifton Triangle is where it’s at for late night fun in Bristol!! 🌟🌴🌟🌴🌟
Two men walk in to a bar. They're in Ceylon and the year is 1924. It was the Prohibition Era in much of Europe and the United States. Manufacture, sale and transportation of intoxicating liquors was forbidden by law. The two friends had just set up a new company. It was the Rockland Distillery…
Our chefs are really excited to be bringing new (vegan) street food creations to our table this Summer, landing July 2019. Think plant-based delights and modern twists on traditional Sri Lankan recipes, inspired by our very own parents' kitchens… 😋
Summer 2019, it's when coconut fever arrives in the Welsh capital. Yes Cardiff! We have arrived with all of our Sri Lankan flair, street food, cocotails but most importantly the best no-fuss, tapas-style food. From hereon there shall forever be a Coconut Tree in Mill Lane, Cardiff.
💥CARDIFF💥 we’re coming for you! We, The Coconut Tree, home of Sri Lankan street food, sweet and fiery cocotails and good vibes only have chosen you as our 5th home! To celebrate we’re offering 50% off all food on our launch weekend (Friday 28th June to Tuesday 2nd July) when you book online!
Sri Lankans love cricket the way Brits love football. It's the country's very own beautiful game. The games are a perfect excuse to spend a day eating, drinking and generally merry-making in the sun with family and friends. So how amazing that everyone will be able to experience this celebration of the game at the Cricket World Cup this year in England & Wales.
We bring you new Coconut Carnival dates for your diary! Party with us, TCT style on 1st June and 14th September! Coconut Processions, live DJs and late night antics. We can’t wait to do it all again with you lovely bunch! 😍😜😎
Our chefs are really excited to be bringing new street food creations to our table this Spring, landing April 2019. Think plant-based delights and modern twists on traditional Sri Lankan recipes, inspired by our very own parents' kitchens… 😋
Sri Lanka is famed for its staggering natural beauty. The island's beaches, national parks and hill country are, understandably, renowned around the world. Lesser known however, are its lakes, some of which are over 2000 years old. The most notable fact about them? None are natural except one - Bolgoda…
Other than a palm tree, does anything scream tropical louder than a perfectly ripe pineapple? The bright green crown, the sunshiny orange fruit and unmistakably tangy flavour just makes for a perfect day dream of faraway places 🍍🍍🍍👏
If you've not grown up on a tropical island your association with the palm tree may be purely summer holidays, sunshine or a dreamy escape. Sri Lankan culture however views the coconut tree quite differently…🥥 🌴
Ruby was the name of the first @ceylonarrack based cocktail and is also the name chosen for a little orphaned elephant being fostered by the Rockland Conservation and cared for by The Elephant Transit Home in Sri Lanka…
Valentine’s Day @ TCT And we don’t know if we’re being foolish, don’t know if we’re being wise but there’s something that we all believe in and it’s there when… you book a table for Valentine’s Day at TCT ❤️
We are super excited to be joining The 2019 British Dal Festival, with a custom-made TCT dahl popping up on our menu for the period of the festival ~ 10th – 17th February. Based in Bristol, The British Dal Festival is a nationwide celebration of all things dal (dahl) and similar dishes of beans, peas, lentils and other pulses 💪🏾💚🇬🇧
The latest in our series of travel blogs, our girl on the ground bringing us all things Sri Lanka - travel blogger and all-round island girl Demi Perera - takes us to Kandy; arguably Sri Lanka's most important heritage city and, The Temple of the Tooth; one of the most important places of worship in the Buddhist world 🌴😍
Date for the dazzzzza!!!💥Celebrate our 1st birthday at TCT Oxford on 1st December! Book your tables and join us for bangin tapas style Sri Lankan street food then it’s one big PARTEEEEEE from 9.30pm! 🎈🎉😎
“No visit to Jaffna is complete without a walk around the local market which is the heart of the community. It's the place where local people gather to buy produce, catch up, exchange stories and socialise…” Travel blogger Demi Perera takes us there 💚🌴