Hoppers Hoppers spices up Soho with delicious Indian street food
49 Frith Street, London, W1D 4SG
Happily Affordable ££
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What they say:

Hoppers is the latest addition to the Sethi family's impressive culinary empire. Inspired by the roadside shacks of Tamil Nadu, the three siblings had mouth-watering Hoppers and Dosa in mind when coming up with the idea behind this joint. Both made using fermented rice batter, both delectable by nature, their talented team of chefs have really let their creative side take over, infusing a number of eye-opening spices and flavours together. Completing the experience and really giving you a taste of vibrant India, their mixologists have produced a compelling menu of Genever and Arrack based cocktails. Say namaste to this endearing Soho spot.

What we say:

The Sethi family have a knack for opening successful Asian-inspired restaurants, with their Gymkhana joint being awarded the U.K. National Restaurant of the Year award for 2014. Hopper will be slightly different from its sister venues, offering a much more casual dining experience. The Hopper and Dosa are fast becoming one of the most popular Indian dishes in the UK's many Indian restaurants. Soho is an incredibly difficult market to break into, what with its many well-established bistros, late-night restaurants and lively bars. But with bagfuls of handy experience and a cocktail menu full of exotic concoctions, upwards is surely the only direction this joint can go.