The Coconut Tree is opening a pop-up venue in Cheltenham

The Coconut Tree is extending its ‘pop-up on the lawn’ venue at St Paul’s Church, right next to its popular restaurant in Cheltenham.

Award-winning Sri Lankan restaurant The Coconut Tree is opening a pop-up venue in Cheltenham.

The popular spot has announced that it will be running a pop-up restaurant in an exciting community collaboration with St Paul’s Church, serving up its unique Sri Lankan dishes alfresco.

The pop-up venue is located on the church lawn next door to The Coconut Tree’s flagship restaurant until Wednesday 1 September 21 after initially only planning to open for three months from Monday 12 April 2021.

Up to 60 socially-distanced diners can enjoy the temporary pop-up which covers 2,000 square feet and will be open Monday to Saturday from 5pm to 10pm.

Rodrigo Rashinthe, The Coconut Tree’s operations director, said: ‘We’re thrilled to announce our ‘pop up’ right here in St Pauls Cheltenham, where our brand began. The community spirit here has always been strong, and we are so grateful to our neighbours at St Paul’s Church, for the opportunity to serve our locally loved, island-inspired dishes in an outdoor setting.’

The restaurant will also be offering 50 per cent off for all ‘eat-in’ customers on Monday to Wednesday until the end of January 2022.

Bookings for The Coconut Tree’s ‘pop-up on the lawn’ are now open and The Coconut Tree restaurant in Cheltenham has now reopened for indoor dining.

By Maddy Richards

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Thursday 10 June 2021

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