Bring your mates, your Mum, or your hungover head and see how many plates you can stack.
Only launching at the start of September, the team at Richmond favouriteHanoi Hannah New Quarterare set to take everything Melburnians love about the yum cha tradition and put a Vietnamese spin on it.
With small bites flying out of the kitchen, guests are encouraged to stay for both a long time and a good time.
Top menu picks to satiate a Sunday stomach include:
Pho cuon; lemongrass beef rolled in rice noodle sheets with thai basil and house made pickles
Crispy pork belly on soft vermicelli served with a green nuoc mam
Crispy soft shell crab salad, green apple, chilli caramel and garlic crumb
Everchanging Sunday bao bun
Daredevil diners can sink their teeth into off-menu items, with the kitchen team to use Sunday service to test new dishes on willing participants.
Weekend warriors wishing to party on or those in need of the hair of the dog can sip bottomless* beer, Aperol Spritz and Mimosas is an (optional) extra for $39pp.
Yum Cha is everyone’s favorite way to spend Sunday, so we thought we’d give Richmond locals a chance to come get messy with us. says Blacher. How many plates can you stack?
Pay as high as your plate, with dishes priced from $6 – $12 on offer alongside a limited core menu and (optional) bottomless booze available; free flowing* Aperol Spritz, Beers and Mimosas for two hours at $39pp
Everyone has their preferred Yum Cha experience. See if New Quarters is yours.
79 Swan St, Richmond 3121| 03 8391 1388 | www.hannoihannah.com.au/newquarter