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Bellucci Cucina Sydney has nestled amongst the skyscrapers and called it home

Bellucci Sydney terrace

Above Australia Square’s Ryan’s Bar, tucked away in a corner is Bellucci Cucina Sydney, the city’s answer to the cry out for a quality Italian menu that doesn’t involve the words ‘Jamie’ or ‘Oliver’. They haven’t been open long, but God damn, they know what they’re doing ?? Bellucci can be found just above Ryan’s Bar at Australia Square. Get the pasta! ?? #bellucci #pasta #wednesday #humpday #australiasquare A post shared by T H E F (@the_f_au) on Jul 4, 2018 at 1:37am PDT Having just inherited the chef, Teofilo Nobrega, from Potts Point’s Fratelli Paradiso, Bellucci does carbs and it does them damn well. It’s the reason owner George Nahas, wanted to have him on-board. Couple an established menu with quality wine – and friendly staff who know how to talk about and suggest it – and it’s easy to see why the few-month-old establishment is already making waves. The rotunda is unassuming and still so new, there is more to come for the modestly styled, but big-flavoured terrace venue. With wine-lined walls and a kitchen that is capable of catering to a modest few hundreds of sparsely spread out diners, Bellucci offers a comfortable and approachable Italian eatery without the fanfare. Bellucci does the works from pastries and breakfast dishes, stretching into afternoon aperitivi, wood-fired pizzas and its signature pastas, catering to everyone at any time of day. The stand out dish? You must try the pappardelle of ragu di agnelo, fermented chilli, rosemary and salt. Bellucci is open breakfast and lunch Mon-Fri; dinner Wed-Fri. Level 5, Terrace… Read More