[Photography] Sri Lankan cuisine

String Hoppers. Ohh how I crave a good string hopper feed. Well, I finally decided to make some. I hope you’ll enjoy some of the pictures.

Heaps of String Hoppers
String hoppers piled up on the plate.

see more pictures after the jump.

Just waiting to be eaten
String Hoppers on a place with some Pol Sambol and Chicken Curry in the background

My plate just before I dove in.

Ready for eating
String hoppers covered in chicken curry and pol sambol

Finally, some desert.

Mangoostein
Desert: Mangoostein! YUM!!!

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2 thoughts on “[Photography] Sri Lankan cuisine

  1. rangana

    these are custom meal for Tamils in Sri Lanka. Sinhalese mostly use rice and curry and brad/rotti as the second option.