0 Love It
Save it

Where to eat truffles in Sydney

Here's our guide to all the restaurants and cafés serving up the pungent fungi this season

Photograph: Supplied

Truffles – earthy, divisive and hard-to-find – go from being from under the ground to on top of some seriously rich dishes around June and July every year. As we head into truffle season here's where you can get you fungi fix.

Want more top Sydney restaurants? Check out our guide to 50 of the best.

Three Williams

Head chef Jacquie Ektoros is a serious truffle lover, so to celebrate the season she's added five special items to Three Williams' menu, with each centred around freshly shaved truffles from Manjimup. There's a crispy truffle skin chicken breast with Jerusalem artichoke puree, sautéed black kale, chestnut and kombu beurre noisette; roasted Peking duck angel hair pasta with ginger cream sauce; and a loaded mushroom toastie. 

Read more
Redfern

Rockpool Bar & Grill

The breakfast staple of eggs and soldiers will be getting a fine dining makeover with the addition of truffle cream sauce on top of a slow cooked egg, with truffles shaved on top. 

Read more
Sydney

Truffles at the Star

Truffles will be topping some of the Star's best dishes throughout the season, with three of its specialty restaurants creating special dishes to complement the winter fungi. Over at Balla they will be hosting a four-course truffle degustation. Black Bar and Grill will be doing three seasonal dishes featuring truffles, specially prepared by executive chef Dany Karam.  Sokyo's super chef Chase Kojima will be fusing sushi together with truffles, which will be complemented by a special selection of matched wines. 

Read more
The Star , Darling Harbour Until Sunday August 6 2017
Advertising

Park Hyatt

For the truffle season this five star hotel will debut a special truffle menu spanning tarts, a winter vegetable garden, braised wagyu beef cheek tortellini, slow cooked pheasant breast and more. They'll also be experimenting with truffles in a milk ice cream for dessert.

Read more
The Rocks

No. 1 Bent Street

Mike McEnearney and his head chef Jeffrey De Rome will host their first truffle dinner on Thursday June 15. The five-course menu will showcase truffles from Jayson Mesman’s Truffle Farm in Mount Majura along with and matched wines by Bryan Martin of Ravensworth Vineyard. There will be braised truffled mushrooms, spit roasted chicken and Mike’s much loved crème caramel.

Read more
Sydney
Advertising