Truffle season has rolled around once more, with plenty of menu takeovers across Sydney showcasing unique flavour profiles including the beloved fungi. Adding a little luxury to your next night out, these lashings of truffle turn any dining experience into an indulgent one.
To save the hassle and to get those taste buds tingling, we’ve pulled together the top truffle dishes you need to try this winter.
Parramatta Square’s popular pan-Asian restaurant is offering an exclusive 4 course truffle menu for all
diners during the month of June. Experimenting with flavour and texture, as well as balancing sweet and
savoury, the star of the show would have to be the ice cream monaka; a golden brown rice flower
pocket filled with mascarpone, vanilla parfait, and black truffle creme diplomat for $21 per serve.
153 Macquarie St, Parramatta
Perhaps the culinary champion of the new Crown Sydney, Woodcut has integrated truffle into their earthy, meat-driven menu. Keeping it simple and delicious, the burrata, warm pine nuts, and truffle shavings proves to be a hit, which may or may not lead to the wood-roasted southern rock lobster with shiny truffle butter.
Crown Sydney, Level 1/1 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo
Mr. Wong, CBD
A foodie institution in the heart of the CBD, Chef Dan Hong has enlisted Australian Perigords produce to feature in various specials over the truffle season. Wagyu and truffle puff dumplings, $16.50 for three, seem to be an absolute no brainer for starters or sharing.
3 Bridge Ln, Sydney
Three Williams, Redfern
Three Williams are a flagship for the annual truffle blow-out, this year’s iteration proving to be the most experimental to date. The limited-edition brunch and lunch menu has customers lined up out the door, every weekend. Think baked triple cream brie drenched in rosemary truffle honey ($29), creamy angel hair carbonara with smoked caviar and truffle ($36) or save some belly room for the show stopping truffle espresso martini tiramisu.
613A Elizabeth St, Redfern
Nomad, Surry Hills
Nomad is still one of the most highly regarded restaurants in Sydney, for good reason. The kitchen knows their way around fine local produce, so their one-off truffle event in collaboration with Two Providores on 3rd July isn’t to be missing for truffle lovers. An exclusive truffle menu will be available on the day, with elevated breakfast staples like a three cheese & truffle manoush, and ham hock & truffle hash brown.
16 Foster St, Surry Hills
Goodfields Eatery, Lindfield
Goodfields Eatery in Lindfield has long been a favourite comes truffle season. This year they have collaboration with New Zealand honey brand Egmont Honey to launch a decadent truffle menu with indulgent dishes like a WA truffle & cheese filled pastry with truffle cheese sauce, and buttermilk fried chicken on a herbed hotcake with Manuka honey and truffle whipped butter, topped with truffle.
Shop 4/5 37 Lindfield Ave, Lindfield