... not directly.
First thing, I'd do is introducing <noscript> tags that represent the links from the menus.
Right now I can't think of a way of redirecting non-script users to a different page but the other way should work. Does your site have one of these initial splash pages? You could redirect after 5 seconds to a non-script page using the http-equiv 'refresh' tag. At the same time you run a JS function that redirects via setting window.location.href to a site featuring menus after 3(!) seconds. The JS function, naturally, will only run, when a user has JS enabled.
Also you can show links below the splash image in case the redirecting should fail or be disabled. Place the non-script link within <noscript> tags. The JS user won't see it and won't get confused.
Place the script-enabled link within <script><!-- document.writeln(" ...link ... "; --></script> tags and this is only for the eyes of the JS enables user.