Coconut Tree announces plans to open sixth site in Bournemouth

Sri Lankan street food restaurant group, The Coconut Tree, has announced plans to open its sixth UK site in Bournemouth.

The restaurant will replace the former Brunch Club cafe’s site on Old Christchurch Road.It will join other branches based in Cardiff, Bristol, Oxford, Cheltenham.

Coconut Tree’s menu offers “smaller tapas-style plates” which includes battered spicy cuttlefish, “Hoppers”- coconut pancakes “Cheesy Colombo” – Colombo style  cheese cubes and “Black Pork”- which consists of diced pork belly cooked in 30 roasted spices.

The restaurant also offers cocktails which are nicknamed as “cocotails” at the establishment.

The Guardian food critic Jay Rayner, described the restaurant which was originally founded by five Sri Lankan friends, as “laid back and completely full of charm,” 

Brand Director Anna Garrod said: “We are delighted to announce that our sixth site will be located right in the heart of the city of Bournemouth, less than a mile away from the seafront. 

“It will be the first time we’ve been able to show off our island vibes and warm Sri-Lankan hospitality in a seaside setting, and we couldn’t be more excited about joining the community here.”

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