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Sri-Lankan restaurant group The Coconut Tree to reopen two further sites

Sri Lankan restaurant group The Coconut Tree has announced it will reopen its Cardiff and Oxford sites by offering a takeaway service.

It will reopen its Cardiff restaurant today (22 May) with the Mill Lane venue to be open on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5pm – 9pm for takeaways only. The Oxford restaurant will then follow on Wednesday 27 May, offering takeaways from Wednesday to Sunday, 5pm – 9pm.

The re-openings are part of a phased return to normality for the Sri Lankan street-food group after it reopened its Cheltenham and Bristol Gloucester Road sites up for takeaways earlier this month.

After investing in new technology and procedures, customers will be able to pre-order directly through The Coconut Tree website for ‘click and collect’ at the Cheltenham, Bristol and Oxford sites, allowing The Coconut Tree to cut commission costs and keep more revenue within the business.

In Cardiff, customers will also be able to order via delivery apps such as Uber Eats or Deliveroo.

Brand director, Anna Garrod, said: “We’re delighted to be able to feed people in Cardiff and Oxford again, and after some hard work behind the scenes, to offer customers in Cheltenham, Bristol and Oxford a chance to pre-order for click & collect in advance.”

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