The Sri Lankan snack stall gets a permanent home
In 2016 Ruvanie de Zoyza introduced Sydney to hoppers – a Sri Lankan-inspired street-food snack which sees egg and other fresh toppings encased by a small thin crepe of rice and coconut milk.
Now, after the success of her market stalls de Zoyza is dishing out her hoppers from the Tramsheds. The menu has tradtional styles like the classic, which comes with a dollop of relish, coconut sambol and a free range egg, and the Dahling Harbour, which uses a special dhal recipe with grilled zucchini. There are also options to build your own – meat, veggo and sweet options are available – or order a kid-sized hopper for tiny mouths.
|Venue name:||Hopper Kadé||Contact:|
1 Dalgal Way
|Opening hours:||Fri 11am-10pm; Sat, Sun 8.30am-10pm|