Subscribe      List an Event or Business      Invite a Writer      Write for WN      Writers      Other Locations
list an event      1 million Australian readers every month      facebook

Dragon Hotpot Vegan Broth

Home > Melbourne > Dinner | Food and Wine | Lunch | Vegan | Vegetarian
by EricaL (subscribe)
Freelance writer. Editor of: melbourne.kidtown.com.au
Published September 1st 2019
BIY (Build-It-Yourself) Noodle Soup in QV
When you're after a quick, easy and filling feed, noodle soup bars can found all over the CBD. Great for Melburnian meat-eaters, but is there anything suitable for the vegans in the group? Yes, there is. Introducing Dragon Hotpot, a BIY (Build-It-Yourself) Malatang inspired soup franchise in QV.

Dragon Hotpot
Dragon Hotpot QV


Tucked away in the food court of QV, Dragon Hotpot is a 24-hour noodle bar with a difference. Choose your own ingredients, take your big silver bowl of veggies, noodles and soy sustenance to the counter and decide on your broth power - mild to Dragon-hot. Wait for your black buzzer to dance on your table, notifying you that your soup feast is ready for consumption, and chow down.

BIY (Build It Yourself) Dragon Hotpot
BIY (Build It Yourself) Dragon Hotpot


Such noodle bars are frequently found, but Dragon Hotpot has the plant power that others don't because there is the vegan broth for you to pick. The hardest part is knowing which of the veggie variants to fill your bowl with. The choice is huge.

Veggie bar at Dragon Hotpot
Veggie bar at Dragon Hotpot


Unsurprising to see bowls shared between two people. Dragon Hotpot soups are waist-band-loosening big. Guaranteed if hunger strikes, Dragon Hotpots will fill your tummies, whether you're vegan or not.

Dragon Hotpot
Dragon Hotpot QV


Note that if you're venturing out to the 'burbs, there's another Dragon Hotpot franchise in Glen Waverley to satisfy your noodle soup cravings in Southeast.
Help us improve  Click here if you liked this article  34
*EricaL was invited as a guest
Share: email  facebook  twitter
When: Open 24 hours
Where: 213 Russell St, Melbourne
Cost: $$
Your Comment
Featured
Foodi Photoh Classie
Top Events
Popular Articles
Categories
Lists
Questions