Valentines Proposal Offer For Happy Couple The Coconut Tree

Coconut Tree Valentines Proposal Offer For Happy Couple

The authentic Sri Lankan restaurant group, The Coconut Tree (TCT), as a great Valentine’s date location this Feb 14th. With nine locations across the UK, TCT is a super affordable night out with the perfect relaxed and low lit romantic vibes.

From tender pumpkin curry and parippu dhal, to cashew nut curry and TCTs famous egg hoppers, TCT has ample delicious and flavourful dishes on offer.

Not to mention its selection of beautifully presented cocktails, or cocotails as they’re known at The Coconut Tree.

For those feeling extra romantic, The Coconut Tree are running a lovely Valentine’s Day ‘marriage proposal’ offer. If a couple get engaged in any of their restaurants on 14th Feb 2023 – then every year they will qualify for a free meal at The Coconut Tree.

The proposal must take place within the restaurant premises and opening hours between 12pm – 11:30pm.

Participating restaurants include: Cheltenham, Oxford, Bath, Cardiff, Birmingham, Reading, Bournemouth, Bristol Triangle & Bristol Glos Rd.

  • You must post a picture on Instagram tagging @TheCoconutTreeUK showing the proposal
  • You will not be entitled to a free meal on the day of your proposal
  • You will be eligible for your first free Valentine’s Day meal with your partner on February 14th 2024 and every subsequent Valentine’s Day thereafter
  • To claim your free meal, you must prove eligibility by showing the original Instagram post
  • We will note down your proposal details on our reservation system for future eligibility
  • We reserve the right to cancel or amend the competition and/or the prize at any time as necessary and/or there are circumstances outside our reasonable control which impact or could impact the competition
  • To the fullest extent permitted by law, we exclude all liability for any loss, damage or injury occurring to you or any third party arising from your entry into the promotion or arising from your acceptance and use of the Prize