Hoppers opens second restaurant in London
Hoppers is to open its second restaurant on 12th September. The 85-cover restaurant will be located at St. Christopher’s Place – on the junction of James Street and Wigmore Street in London.
The restaurant features a menu of street food from Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu such as: Hoppers – a bowl shaped thin pancake made from fermented rice batter and coconut milk. This will be served alongside a selection of new curries which will include lamb shank, aubergine, crab, cauliflower and prawn.
Karam Sethi, the restaurant group’s Chief Director, said: “Following the success of the first Hoppers in Soho in 2015, Sri Lanka being one of the hottest travel destinations of the last year, and subsequently a huge rise in popularity of the country’s food and culture in the capital, opening a second, larger Hoppers site seemed like a natural step. As well as offering reservations for the first time, a new element of Hoppers St. Christopher’s Place will be our feasting menus, allowing more options to dine family feasting-style, and exposing more Londoners to the bold flavours of Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu.”
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