The National Hotel, located on Richmond’s bustling Victoria Street, is a place for locals and far-flung travellers to come together in a community-minded space, where the staff are always proud to serve and the atmosphere is heady with good vibes.
The original National Hotel was renovated in 2011, with the one-hundred-year old Victorian shell stripped right down to its bones. Internal workings were finessed with rich textures and colour palettes, delivering a high level of environmentally sustainable design (ESD) through the use of recycled materials.
We have five spaces for guests to relax and dine: the café, the booth seating, the opium den, the dining room and the courtyard/beer garden.
The pan-Asian menu pays heed to our ‘Little Vietnam’ location, providing expertly crafted pub dishes that have been overseen by industry renowned chef Jerry Mai and executed by our head chef Bobby Gogna.
Whether you’re up for a post-work drink, dinner date, drinks in the beer garden with friends or a function, we cater to all needs and our approach is always flexible.
The National Hotel. Proud To Serve.