Tradition and modernity combine at this bright Italian restaurant on Oxford Street, with contemporary decor and a menu full of time-tested Italian favourites. Open seven days a week, Delizioso On Oxford is always there for Bulimba’s Italian cuisine-craving crowd, serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner, and with its exposed brick walls and elegant furniture, this stylish Brisbane trattoria has lots of charm. Book in advance to secure a seat.
A local favourite, Delizioso On Oxford in Brisbane’s Bulimba are passionate about Italian cuisine, and the food served up here is as authentic as you can get. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner time, the menu has an abundance of choices, start your day off with an Italian-influenced take on a classic breakfast, or head to Delizioso On Oxford come evening for a rustic Italian feast. Begin with some antipasti like the calamari fritti or the pantofola aragosta (lightly pan-fried fresh slipper lobster tails with a savoury blood orange and cardamom pannacotta and salsa verde).
You’ll everything from pizza and pastas to classic Italian meat and seafood dishes featured on Delizioso On Oxford’s main course menu. We recommend trying the porchetta (rolled pork belly served with truffle mashed potato, apple puree, gorgonzola cream and a red wine jus. Located on Bulimba’s Oxford Street, Delizioso On Oxford is a go to for many in this area of Brisbane – snap up one of the best tables by making a reservation beforehand.
Great food and lovely atmosphere. Friendly staff. It was a very busy night so the time wait between delivery of our entree and main was very long. It would have been appreciated if someone could have informed us of the time wait.
Fantastic food! Attentive staff and great atmosphere. Would highly recommend for anyone looking for a nice night out. Very popular with all tables full. Food at reasonable prices.
I absolutrly love this place！I keep coming back. One of my all time faves, the food, the service is amazing. Truffle mash, enough said！Delicious, definitely！
Great food and wonderful, friendly service. The pizza we had was divine. We have been before and we will definitely be back again. Highly recommend.
This was my second time I went to Delizioso. I returned with a group friends because I was impressed with the risotto with slipper lobster (or was it a Moreton bay bug?) and my friend's rigatoni all'agnello we had during my first visit. I returned for lunch with 5 others and and we left expecting a better experience. I had the Saltinbocca which were recommended by the waitress and certainly worth trying. As for the dips: the capsicum dip was particulary tasty; as for the hommus dip one could do better with any of the hommus dips sold at the local supermarket . The arancini were just compacted rice balls. Admittedly given their size, it would have been hard to fill them with bolognese sauce, mozzarella and peas but please don't call them 'arancini'. My friend's ravioli with Neapolitan sauce appeared to be ravioli with with copious amounts of tomato sauce on top. Not an appealing dish. The scalopppine while tasty, were presented wallowing in cream. I would return to this restaurant but I will be more selective in my choices.
I went in with high expectations, although I'm also very forgiving when things don't quite hit the mark. Alas, most dishes were just either-side of ordinary. If you're after a steak, you may get a great result because mine (the only one ordered at my table) was well above average. Everything else faded by comparison. You'd expect that an Italian restaurant could make pasta, but I found it difficult to identify either of the dishes served to my companions. Admittedly it was quite busy when I was there, but that's no excuse for poor quality. Most of the staff that we encountered were very nice, although some were less aware of what was on the menu than others. None were actually rude but I think they were a bit stressed. I wouldn't do their job for quids!! Will I go to Delizioso again? Possibly, based on their reputation. Based on my own experience, not likely. I hope that my experience was not indicative of what one should expect.
I'd say the highlight of our visit was seeing the waiter/owner (not sure) fillet my wife's fish right at the table. The way he removed the bones was absolute perfection and I was completely blown away by the service. All through our time there we were asked if there was anything we needed, the staff were well mannered and eager to help. The food was superb and we will definitely return.
Took us a long time to find the place, walking up and down Oxford street, eventually got there. The food was nice but expensive for what it was. We asked about the size of the pizza as initially wanted to share one, but was told that would not be enough unless we also had a starter each. When the pizzas came they were so huge! Could have shared one easily between us, think it was a tactic to get us to spend more money. The good thing is we could take home what we didn't eat and it kept us going for the next two meals!
Good value and friendly staff. We had a small hiccup with our gift certificate, we hadn't yet received it, we had ordered it on-line; the wait staff followed up with the manager and it was honoured which made things easier for us and more enjoyable. The service was timely and the meals yummy. The menu had enough options to suit our party of four. Great casual dining!
great experience, food was soo good too! it was my first degustation 5 course meal experience & I treated my friends out so was definitely up there with the restaurant ambiance and atmosphere! Thank you to Nick, Katie & Alex for looking after us! definitely recommend for you to go to Delizioso on Oxford