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Kalupol Chicken Feast Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Feast Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Feast Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Feast Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Feast Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Feast Feast Hoppers
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Kalupol Chicken Feast

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Hoppers’ Kalupol Chicken feast centres around a whole, roasted, spatchcocked chicken, marinated in a Kalupol spice paste. Kalupol is a ground spice mix used in Sri Lankan curries, made with toasted coconut, chillies and rice. This is mixed with aromatics like lemongrass, ginger, garlic and curry leaves to create a marinade for the chicken, which promises a beautifully succulent roast bird, served alongside a curry sauce and a fresh carrot and coriander sambol. "Our spit-roasted kalupol chicken has been one of the most popular dishes on the restaurant’s menu ever since we first opened in Soho back in 2015. We spent a long time redeveloping the dish to ensure we could recreate the same juicy meat when roasted at home. It’s the perfect Sunday roast!” says Hoppers' director Karan Gokani.

Alongside the main sit a selection of equally exciting snacks and short eats from the Hoppers menu. Kick off the feast by snacking on the restaurant’s house-made Jaffna mix – a combination of spiced, crispy lentils and gram flour noodles, inspired by the popular bar snack known across Sri Lanka simply as ‘mixture’. Follow this with mutton rolls, the croquette-like rolls filled with curried mutton and potatoes, served with a garlicky, aromatic-spiced ketchup. The bone marrow varuval is another cult classic amongst Hoppers' regulars – an indulgent dish of roasted beef marrow bones in a sauce made with roasted coconut, coriander seeds and chilli, with a side of delicately flaky rotis for mopping up the sauce.  

Add on a chocolate biscuit pudding to round off the meal. A Sri Lankan take on tiffin, it’s ideal for anyone with a sweet tooth.