Hopper Kadé is Sydney’s answer for Sri Lankan-inspired street food and after popping up in Tramsheds, this new eatery has just opened its permanent home in Darlinghurst, serving up their (by now infamous) hoppers. What’s a hopper you ask? Picture a bowl-shaped pancake with your pick of filling and you’ll be close to picturing how good it is.
This joint is open from brekky through to dinner and we know you need to know this place is a BYO scenario to boot. The hoppers themselves are naturally gluten- and dairy-free, made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk, so you better add this one to your list of places to take that friend (you know the one). The hopper bar is as fun as you make it, with options to ad lentil curry, 12-hour beef brisket or the O.G. free-range egg. They’ve got something for vegetarians and you'd be best to wash it all down with a chai tea or house-made mango lassie. You really can’t go wrong, TBH.
This spot is opening on 20 February 2018 and we know you're keen for it.