Sri Lankan Street Food at Hop­per Kade

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Sri Lankan street food ven­dors Hop­per Kade have found a per­ma­nent home in Surry Hills. Af­ter mar­ket stalls and a pop up at Tramsheds, Hop­per Kade is now serv­ing a modern take on Sri Lankan cui­sine from their new home on Crown Street. Hop­per Kadé fuses tra­di­tional Sri Lankan flavours and tra­di­tions with western cook­ing tech­niques and Aus­tralian in­flu­ences. Their sig­na­ture hop­pers are made in-house from fer­mented rice flour and co­conut milk. The hop­pers are nat­u­rally dairy and gluten free, filled with a free-range egg and new ad­di­tions such as Lankan-spiced 12-hour beef brisket and pulled pork. The menu also fea­tures Roti wraps, a Sri Lankan roti filled with biryani rice, pickle and hung yo­ghurt and Biryani plates made with a base of biryani rice, topped with pickle, co­conut sam­bol and a choice of fill­ings such as beetroot curry or spiced chicken.

253 Crown Street, Dar­linghurst. hop­

Photo: Kai Leishman.

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