Food Drink

New contemporary noodle bar, Minimono, opens on Rundle Street

Minimono Noodle Bar has just made its grand entrance on Rundle street’s west end, and its sure to be a flavourful hit for your next lunch-date.

It’s the bustling street that’s lined with eccentric coffee, quirky retail, and culturally-indulgent eateries, and its newest addition is here to offer something unique.

Minimono Noodle Bar has just made its grand entrance on Rundle street’s west end, and its sure to be a flavourful hit for your next lunch-date.

Formerly home to the Sushi King, this take-over boasts a completely redesigned interior- showcasing a crisp white palette and Scandinavian-inspired decor and furnishings.

Offering an abundance of space with both interior and exterior seating, Minimono Noodle Bar is large enough for friendly groups or intimate tables for two.

Their beautifully tiled bar, and selection of cultural artwork are some of the venue’s most striking features- aside from their exotic and vibrant menu.

Featuring a selection of both traditional and inventive noodle and curry dishes, this place offers a unique twist on Asian cuisine.

Minimono Noodle Bar is set to be one of Rundle street’s hottest new lunchtime eateries, and their opening weekend is certainly going to bring a new level of flavour and excitement to the CBD.

To keep up-to-date, follow Minimono Noodle Bar’s Instagram.

Minimono Noodle Bar can be found at 182 Rundle Street, Adelaide.

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