Hoppers is inspired by the food of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka, with the hopper and dosa at the heart of the menu. The cocktail list at Hoppers focuses on Genever and Arrack, and a selection of Sri Lankan soft drinks is also available.
The interior of Hoppers features warm terracotta tiles, a woven rattan ceiling and ochre brick wall finishes. Raksha masks, Sri Lankan poster art and Tamil comic imagery adorn the walls along with pineapple and money plants.
Hoppers was awarded a Bib Gourmand in 2016.
Hoppers St Christopher’s Place takes its inspiration from the Tropical Modernist movement associated with the late Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa. The ground floor features monochromatic colours and natural daylight, whilst the lower ground floor features a darker colour palette, flanked by four semi-private dining vaults.
The menu features a number of signature Hoppers dishes, as well as new larger sharing dishes and feast menus. The expanded drinks menu features cocktails created with ingredients inspired by the flora and vegetation of Sri Lanka’s spice gardens.