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Sri Lankan Food Now In Bandra [Newly Opened] [Budget Friendly]

Light and soul-filling food you just wouldn’t want to miss.

Hoppumm came about as a mix of the Sri Lankan ‘Hopper’ and the South Indian ‘Appam’.

Hoppers in their simplest form are bowl-shaped pancakes made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. Cooked in small round pans, they tend to come out crispy around the edges, thicker at the bottom.
Hoppers and Appams are technically the same thing, Hoppers just have a bowl-like shape.



Hoppumm# initially started as a pop-up restaurant at different festivals like the lil’ flea and other conventions. Now, Lakshit Shetty, Sahil and Jai Wadhwa, the three minds behind that pop-up restaurant have opened their own little Hoppumm outlet in Pali Hill, Bandra. It has already gotten some really good feedback, ranging from raving reviews about their Chicken 65 Hopper, to the homely vibe they give out into the universe, everything about this place keeps people coming back for more.

These Hoppers are paired into novel combinations of their Spinach and Garlic base with crumbly paneer bhurji or Chemmeen Moilee (prawns cooked to perfection in a creamy sweet-spicy gravy), even the Sri Lankan Staple of an Egg Appam with mustard pickle.

Light and soul-filling food you just wouldn’t want to miss.

Location: Pali Hill, Bandra West. Click for directions.
Call: +919930825268
Cost for two: INR 400

Eats

Sri Lankan Food Now In Bandra [Newly Opened] [Budget Friendly]

Light and soul-filling food you just wouldn’t want to miss.

Hoppumm came about as a mix of the Sri Lankan ‘Hopper’ and the South Indian ‘Appam’.

Hoppers in their simplest form are bowl-shaped pancakes made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. Cooked in small round pans, they tend to come out crispy around the edges, thicker at the bottom.
Hoppers and Appams are technically the same thing, Hoppers just have a bowl-like shape.



Hoppumm# initially started as a pop-up restaurant at different festivals like the lil’ flea and other conventions. Now, Lakshit Shetty, Sahil and Jai Wadhwa, the three minds behind that pop-up restaurant have opened their own little Hoppumm outlet in Pali Hill, Bandra. It has already gotten some really good feedback, ranging from raving reviews about their Chicken 65 Hopper, to the homely vibe they give out into the universe, everything about this place keeps people coming back for more.

These Hoppers are paired into novel combinations of their Spinach and Garlic base with crumbly paneer bhurji or Chemmeen Moilee (prawns cooked to perfection in a creamy sweet-spicy gravy), even the Sri Lankan Staple of an Egg Appam with mustard pickle.

Light and soul-filling food you just wouldn’t want to miss.

Location: Pali Hill, Bandra West. Click for directions.
Call: +919930825268
Cost for two: INR 400

Eats

Sri Lankan Food Now In Bandra [Newly Opened] [Budget Friendly]

Light and soul-filling food you just wouldn’t want to miss.

Hoppumm came about as a mix of the Sri Lankan ‘Hopper’ and the South Indian ‘Appam’.

Hoppers in their simplest form are bowl-shaped pancakes made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. Cooked in small round pans, they tend to come out crispy around the edges, thicker at the bottom.
Hoppers and Appams are technically the same thing, Hoppers just have a bowl-like shape.



Hoppumm# initially started as a pop-up restaurant at different festivals like the lil’ flea and other conventions. Now, Lakshit Shetty, Sahil and Jai Wadhwa, the three minds behind that pop-up restaurant have opened their own little Hoppumm outlet in Pali Hill, Bandra. It has already gotten some really good feedback, ranging from raving reviews about their Chicken 65 Hopper, to the homely vibe they give out into the universe, everything about this place keeps people coming back for more.

These Hoppers are paired into novel combinations of their Spinach and Garlic base with crumbly paneer bhurji or Chemmeen Moilee (prawns cooked to perfection in a creamy sweet-spicy gravy), even the Sri Lankan Staple of an Egg Appam with mustard pickle.

Light and soul-filling food you just wouldn’t want to miss.

Location: Pali Hill, Bandra West. Click for directions.
Call: +919930825268
Cost for two: INR 400

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