Hoppers London
Cuisine: Asian
Price:    pound pound_grey pound_grey
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Address: 49 Frith Street, London W1D 4SG

Website: Visit restaurant website

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This little Soho restaurant may serve Sri Lankan street food starting at £3 (such as dosas, mutton rolls or the eponymous hoppers – thin, bowl shaped pancakes), but its pedigree is distinguished – Hoppers is run by the restaurateurs behind Gymkhana and Trishna.

Latest reviews of Hoppers

LisaMarkwell

Lisa Markwell, The Independent

31 January 2016

[The Ceylonese spit chicken is] great. A whole bird, fantastically tender inside a crisp, spicy carapace, with a sharp knife rudely skewering its breast. There are two grilled coconut rotis and that pennywort relish, which is just divine…

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PickyGlutton

The Picky Glutton, pickyglutton.com

9 November 2015

It also deserves praise for attempting to popularise an otherwise grossly under-appreciated cuisine (…).  If you can grab a table without waiting an eternity, then it’s certainly worth doing so – there’s nowhere else quite like it in the capital…

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RichardVines

Richard Vines, Bloomberg

3 November 2015

I haven’t even got to one of my favorite dishes – lamb kothu roti. Chef and co-owner Karam Sethi says it is made from chopped roti with carrot, hispi cabbage, shallots and spring onion, with lamb neck curry, a red chili paste and a salna sauce made with roasted spices, lamb bones and coconut. It’s like the best kebab you ever tasted…

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Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

29 October 2015

A beautiful room staffed by people whose genuine enthusiasm for their product shows with every interaction, and a menu so comprehensively enticing it makes you want to order and eat everything on it again and again and again. Nothing about my meal there could be faulted, and so all I can do is award it full marks…

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What the Critics say

LisaMarkwell

Lisa Markwell, The Independent

31 January 2016

[The Ceylonese spit chicken is] great. A whole bird, fantastically tender inside a crisp, spicy carapace, with a sharp knife rudely skewering its breast. There are two grilled coconut rotis and that pennywort relish, which is just divine…

Read full review »
RichardVines

Richard Vines, Bloomberg

3 November 2015

I haven’t even got to one of my favorite dishes – lamb kothu roti. Chef and co-owner Karam Sethi says it is made from chopped roti with carrot, hispi cabbage, shallots and spring onion, with lamb neck curry, a red chili paste and a salna sauce made with roasted spices, lamb bones and coconut. It’s like the best kebab you ever tasted…

Read full review »

What the Bloggers say

PickyGlutton

The Picky Glutton, pickyglutton.com

9 November 2015

It also deserves praise for attempting to popularise an otherwise grossly under-appreciated cuisine (…).  If you can grab a table without waiting an eternity, then it’s certainly worth doing so – there’s nowhere else quite like it in the capital…

Read full review »
Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

29 October 2015

A beautiful room staffed by people whose genuine enthusiasm for their product shows with every interaction, and a menu so comprehensively enticing it makes you want to order and eat everything on it again and again and again. Nothing about my meal there could be faulted, and so all I can do is award it full marks…

Read full review »