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After six decades of building a true Italian experience known and loved by both young and old, Brunetti Oro 1956 invites you on a new journey.
Whilst staying true to our culture and Italian heritage, Brunetti Oro 1956 represents the new generation, bringing to life an Italian tradition with a twist on the old, and a touch of the new.
This is our commitment to push even further – taking our recipes and processes borne of the highest standards – to deliver a new and enhanced Italian experience.
We invite you to visit us online or instore at Flinders Lane, Melbourne CBD or Myer Melbourne to order our unique and renowned celebration cakes.
We lead, we learn, we evolve and expand – we introduce Brunetti Oro 1956
The evolution of an Italian tradition
At age 10, Giorgio Angele begins training as a pastry chef in Rome, Italy.
Mr Angele opens his first cake shop on Belford Road, Kew East.
Mr Angele accompanies the Italian Olympic team to Melbourne as the teams’ pastry chef for the Olympics. Following the Olympics Mr Angele took up Australia’s invitation to stay in the country, starting his new life.
The Angele’s purchase a café on Faraday Street, Carlton called Brunetti.
The Angele’s open a second location, Brunetti at City Square, Melbourne CBD.
Brunetti opens another store on level 3 of Myer Melbourne, Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD.
Brunetti are approached by an eager investor and a franchised Brunetti store is opened in Dubai Mall, UAE.
The same franchisee then opens Brunetti at Tanglin Mall, Singapore.
After 20 years of carefully considered expansion, Brunetti outgrows the location on Faraday Street and moves around the corner back to its original home on Lygon Street.
The City Square location closes to make way for the construction of the Melbourne Metro Tunnel and Brunetti moves to a new 300 seat restaurant on Flinders Lane, Melbourne CBD.
Giorgio Angele retires, leaving the business to two of his sons Fabio and Yuri.
Brunetti evolves and the Brunetti Oro chapter begins. Led by owner Yuri Angele, Brunetti Oro seeks to bring in an innovative new era while staying true to its authentic Italian roots.
Brunetti Oro continues to thrive with a brand-new online store delivering all over Melbourne and the construction of Brunetti Oro Brunswick.