Hoppipola Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Hoppipola Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Hoppipola is one of the most happening places on Church street. With loud music, awesome cocktails and great food, this rooftop lounge is must visit a place. They serve Continental, Mediterranean, European and Indian fusion dishes.

The ambiance was a unique setup with an open space and stained glasses at the top.
They have wide windows where one can have a glimpse of the crowded Church street bylane. Some plants, wooden planes, and birdhouses make the ambiance more attractive. It brings a holiday mood in you. They have a shelf full of games and books to read and play too.

I visited this place with my friends on a Sunday afternoon.

Appetizers: Jalapeno Cheese Bomb were crispy poppers loaded with Jalapenos and cheese make it amazing. This is a recommended dish.

Maggie Missile; after finishing the bomb, this missile just made an entry with a blast. An innovative way using maggie and cheese in a popper. I loved it.

Cheese Nachos were nice. I loved the cheese topping, but I felt the nachos were too salty.

Paneer Tikka was soft and well cooked with spicy marination. I loved it.

Masala Pizza was a combination dish topped with vegetables and green chilies. A must try pizza I must say.

Truffle Trio Pizza was topped with Mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, and wilted spinach. It was just amazing. I loved and recommend it.

Chipotle shroom skewers were Mushrooms stuffed with cheese and Thai green curry paste served with chipotle mayo and was really amazing.

Good old Paneer Chili was good and not old, but felt that a little something was missing in the taste.

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Main Course: Rich creamy mushroom was penne pasta served with creamy mushroom sauce. The sauce was amazing. I felt the penne pasta was overcooked.

Chettinad Paneer with Paratha or Rice; the gravy was good. I felt the coconut flavor was prominent in this which made it really good.

Hoppi Bathtub was nice and I loved it.
Orange Piroshka was refreshing. I loved this mocktail and recommend it.
Watermelon Martini was good too.

Desserts: Choco block was a molten chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. Yummy.
Kulfi Panna Cotta with bourbon caramel was good too. I loved it.

We also had a game of Jenga which made us nostalgic for our childhood. I want to thank Mr. Nihar for being an amazing host and Mr. Moninder for the amazing dishes.

I would love to visit this place again for some amazing treats. Meanwhile, if you do, please comment in the comment section about it.

Foodie’s Verdict:
Food: 4/5
Ambiance: 4/5
Service: 4/5

Akhilesh Math

Written by: Akhilesh Math
Edited by: Lipi Gupta

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