questions and answers

Hoppers are obviously the best Sri Lankan street food you can find in any part of Sri Lanka. In this page, you will find some important facts about hoppers, what services we provide and answers to many other frequently asked questions by our customers


Do you come to our home and make hoppers?

Yes we come to your house or function venue to make hoppers.


What do you bring?

We bring everything we need to make hoppers including table, cookers, pans, as well as platters to keep hoppers.

What do you need from us?

We need a well-lighted closed space (2m x 2m) (Garage)  to make hoppers. It is bit hard to make a good quality hopper in an open area exposing to changing weather conditions.



Do you need a power point?

No we do not need any power point as we bring gas burners to make hoppers.

Is Crunchy Hoppers gluten free?

Yes our hoppers are gluten free. We use only rice flour. It is GLUTEN FREE, GMO FREE, AUSTRALIAN GROWN.

Are you a registered business in council health department?

Yes we are registered in MONASH CITY Council as a home based business. (Premises number 5276)


Do you have public liability insurance?

Yes we are covered for 5 Million Australian Dollars for product and public liability.

Can you make hoppers outdoor?

Yes we can make hoppers anywhere, provided the weather condition is good. (not windy or rainy).


Where do you based in?

We are based in Glen Waverley, Victoria 3150, Australia.


What is the difference between Hoppers (appam, appa) and String Hoppers (Idiyappam)?

Hoppers are bowl-shaped pancakes made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. They have crispy edges and thicker at bottom.

String hoppers look like nests of spaghetti and made of red or white roasted rice flour with water. They have a soft texture and smaller in size compared to Hoppers.