Sri Lankan Street Food at Hopper Kade
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. hopperkade.com.au
Photo: Kai Leishman.