“If you haven’t eaten a hopper, you need to rectify that immediately. A type of bowl-shaped pancake made with rice and coconut milk and traditionally filled with an egg and other toppings, the Sri Lankan street delicacy has been labelled the next big thing in food. And with good reason — these things are bloody delicious.” Concrete Playground Feb 10, 2017
What is a hopper?
Hoppers are fermented rice flour crepe-like bowls from Sri Lanka, cooked in a special pan called an appachetty and served plain or topped with an egg. They’re traditionally a breakfast food, but we’ve reinvented the hopper to be eaten anytime.
The first of its kind, Hopper Kadé is a Sri Lankan inspired eatery specialising in ‘modern hoppers’. At Hopper Kadé we load them with all sorts of delicious fillings – sweet or savoury.
The end result? A unique, healthier take on this ready-to-go Sri Lankan dish.