Arguably Melbourne’s most iconic café, Brunetti first began trading in Faraday Street in 1985. The Angele family transformed the humble café into an opulent Roman Patsticceria. It’s so authentic that it sets the bar for cafes in Melbourne. Now on Lygon Street, customers can sip Italian espresso from the bar, indulge in a cake or gelato and tuck into savoury meals.
Growing increasingly popular, Brunetti has since expanded into Myer, Flinders Lane, Melbourne Airport, and there’s even a store at Tanglin Mall in Singapore. Brunetti can also create celebration and wedding cakes.