SRI LANKAN STREET FOOD
“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 Hopper Kadé?
Hopper: a fermented rice flour dish specific to Sri Lanka. There are two types of hoppers – one is a bowl shape crepe cooked in an appachetty (concave pan), and the second are vermicelli-like pancakes which are steamed. They can be eaten with sweet or savoury accompaniments. Hoppers are ghee, dairy, wheat and guilt free! They are wholesome and light, and yet steeped in tradition and flavour. Hoppers are the perfect food; and we’ve re-invented them to be eaten all day long.
Kadé: a shop or boutique.
Hopper Kadé is our take on modern Sri Lankan Street Food. Based in the heart of Darlinghurst, Sydney we have an extensive beverage list with an exciting menu that has been designed for sharing with friends and loved ones. Come and try our Hoppers, Sides, and Roti breads and savour our slow cooked curries.