Belluci's demonstrates a new concept, a new food philosophy – the dawn of a new era in Canberra dining.
Having been established more than 20 years ago, Belluci’s fast became an iconic name in Canberra.
To bring you the finest dishes, we’ve gone back to traditional Italian routes, creating simple, rustic food.
You can expect dining experiences of the highest quality at every Belluci’s restaurant, with each location donning a unique charm and character, from film noir memorabilia to classic black and white photos of our families in Europe.
Group bookings can be made for small groups to large celebrations, with up to 100 guest capability. Banquette options are flexible and plentiful, and any special occasion is celebrated with warm wishes from staff.
Belluci's Woden, located on the corner of Launceston and Irving Streets, has entertained its patrons with the famous Belluci's experience for 6 years.
The latest addition to the Belluci's family, the cherished Woden venue is located at a picturesque site, featuring English box hedges, large vintage bay windows and wrought iron gates. Offering a different experience to its sister restaurants, Belluci's Woden radiates with candlelight, creating a beautifully intimate setting for its patrons.
Head chef Lorenzo combines his love of food with experience to twist a web of delicious dishes. The menu has a focus on classic Italy meets modern Australia, an infusion that has become Belluci's signature style. The friendly, skilled floor staff are happy to assist you in making your selection from the extensive menu and will cater to any special needs you may have.
Belluci's Woden is an ideal place to meet with loved ones, or to enjoy a business lunch or after-hours function. Open 7 days for dinner and Sun-Fri for lunch. Bookings are strongly recommended.
Belluci’s Dickson dominates a charming corner building in Dickson’s dining precinct.
Attached to Sub-Urban pub, Belluci’s Dickson offers a sophisticated dining experience. With ornate chandeliers, mahogany book cases lined with wine bottles and vintage Italian film memorabilia, Belluci’s Dickson is perfect for an intimate affair or group event.
The open kitchen provides a theatrical experience for diners, as pizzas descend from the wood-fired oven.
Cocktails and a range of beers are available on tap, conveniently at the Sub-Urban bar, running through the centre of the venue. A great range of wines are also available by the glass and bottle.
With restored original architectural features, intricate art-deco touches and the use of raw materials to give a post-modern feel, we've created a sleek space with a traditional Italian flair that's warm and inviting.
Our new menu features authentic Italian dishes including hand-made tortellini and Tuscan-style crumbed veal cutlets – all family recipes.
A crucial part of the homespun feeling is the strategically placed open kitchen that runs through the heart of the restaurant.
"It's like walking into a home – everything here centres around the kitchen so there's this amazing synergy between diners and chefs; they can all see each other. It creates a warmth, a family feel. It's also a show for diners, the theatrics of a kitchen being in full view, the sights, the smells." – Soc Kochinos
The new venue has also been designed into multi station dining, creating a range of different experiences for diners.