Lunch time tea in Sri Lanka with ‘hoppers’ is a traditional institution.

Hoppers is a type of pancake made with rice flour, coconut milk, sugar, salt and yeast and cooked in a special pan to give a bowl shape.

They are served with a choice of curries and spicy sauces. In the Hotels, ‘afternoon tea’, is offered during the afternoon. Some teas are sold from a street kiosk.

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