Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
Sri Lankan Kothu Roti Feast Hoppers
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Sri Lankan Kothu Roti

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“Kothu roti is one of my favourite Sri Lankan street dishes”, says Hoppers’ Director Karan Gokani. “It’s a hugely popular late night snack all over Sri Lanka – the equivalent of a post-night-out kebab in the UK!”. The dish is made with shredded godamba roti, a paratha-like Sri Lankan flat bread, as well as vegetables, eggs, meat or seafood, stir-fried together and chopped with metal paddles on a scorching hot plate. “The characteristic clanking sound of the dish being prepared entices locals from miles away – long queues of hungry diners are a common site at most good Kothu stalls”, Karan explains. “The version developed for this menu retains all the flavour and texture of the original street dish, while being easy to prepare in a large frying pan or wok at home.” Choose between three of Hoppers’ signature kothu rotis, loaded with either generous chunks of tender lamb, braised jackfruit or marinated squid and prawns.

Vibrant, hearty and full of flavour, kothu roti is a meal in itself, but can also be enjoyed as part of a Sri Lankan feast by adding a range of snacks, sides and dessert to your order. Snacks include spicy Jaffna mix, savoury banana chips and fragrant curry leaf peanuts, or opt for crunchy, fried mutton rolls, dunked in a mildly spiced Sri Lankan ketchup.