Non-Stop Noods at New Quarter

Sip and slurp your way through bottomless margaritas and never-ending bowls of Vietnamese noodles.
Andrew Zuccala
Published on January 17, 2024


Unlimited noodles, bottomless booze. That's what's on offer every weekend lunchtime at Richmond's New Quarter.

The Vietnamese restaurant  — from the team behind Hanoi Hannah, Tokyo Tina and Firebird — has jumped on the Melbourne bottomless brunch train, but is swapping out eggs and avocado on toast for oodles of noodles.

For a very modest $49 per person, diners get to choose two snacks from a lineup of mini banh mis, hot and sour oysters, wagyu beef skewers and grilled corn tartlets — before they dive into bowls of unlimited noodles. Let us give you a preview of what you're dealing with on the noodle front.

New Quarter dining room.

Parker Blain

There are five different noodle dishes available during New Quarter's Non-Stop Noods lunch, and diners can swap from one to the other as they lick each of the bowls clean.

You can either focus on the food, not letting anything else distract you as you work your way through the noods, or you can add a bottomless booze package to the whole affair. For $60 per person, you'll get two hours of unlimited tap beer, wine and carafes of the crew's house margarita made with makrut and ginger-infused blanco tequila.

And while there is a time limit of two hours on the bottomless booze, there is no cap on how long you can feast on noodles. Consider this New Quarter bottomless lunch as a proper eating challenge, but a damn delicious one.

Non-Stop Noods at New Quarter Vietnamese Restaurant in Richmond.

Food and drink images: Ashley Ludkin


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