1. Truffle Tiramisu
This Black Truffle Tiramisu (from $68) by Magnifique Bakes is the first of its kind in Singapore, a luxurious and decadent dessert overflowing with rich truffle flavour. Indulge in the rich flavour combination: the bittersweet creaminess of coffee and Baileys-soaked tiramisu married with the intense aroma of truffle.
Truffle is infused into the tiramisu cream itself, before finally being embellished with a generous shaving of fresh black winter truffles for double the truffle flavour and maximum indulgence. For more details, see our full article here. To order this magnificent Truffle Tiramisu, drop Magnifique Bakes a DM on their Instagram!
2. Truffle Burnt Cheesecake
It seems that truffle pairs great with rich and creamy desserts, as evident from this decadent Truffle Burnt Cheesecake by Alouette. Rich burnt cheesecake gets a boujee upgrade with the addition of freshly shaved truffles, arranged in a delicate manner and topped with gold flakes.
Truffles used by Alouette are subject to seasonal availability, so depending on when you purchase, the truffles shaved atop the burnt cheesecake could be summer or winter truffles. Currently, Alouette offers Winter Truffle Burnt Cheesecake ($188) available for purchase from now till March. Order this decadent Truffle Burnt Cheesecake here.
3. Truffle Don
Black Cow is a luxurious wagyu specialty restaurant known for their unique and modern wagyu sukiyaki experience. On the menu are delectable mains, all elevated with a generous shower of freshly shaved black truffles.
Try their Signature Sukiyaki Don (from $98), Hida Truffle Don ($138), Premium Don (from $128) or Premium Unagi Don, all of which scream extravagance and luxury in a comforting rice bowl. Aside from rice bowls, Black Cow’s Signature Truffle Somen ($88) also features shaved truffles. To see more of what Black Cow offers, see our full article here.
4. Truffle Monaka
There’s no better end to a great meal than dessert, especially when it’s as luxurious as this one served at Black Cow. This Truffle Monaka ($35) is uber rich and fancy: made from housemade Madagascan vanilla, truffle shavings and egg yolks slow-cooked at a low temperature and hand-beaten for 2 hours, then finally embellished with freshly shaved truffles and sandwiched in between gold-dusted wafers.
Get this dessert only at Black Cow! To see more of what Black Cow offers, see our full article here.
Address: 26 Beach Rd, #B1-20 South Beach Avenue, Singapore 189768
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 12pm-2pm; Tuesday-Thursday, 6pm-8.30pm; Friday-Saturday, 6pm-9.30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 12pm-2.30pm
5. Truffle Ice Cream
This Black Truffle Ice Cream & 20 Year Mirin from Small’s is an ice cream experience you’ve never seen before: the 20 Year Mirin ice cream is placed on the palm of your hand, and black winter truffle is shaved directly on your hand. You then pop the entire thing in your mouth, licking up the stray truffle shavings—a little crass but totally worth it for the flavour explosion that follows.
The Black Truffle Ice Cream & 20 Year Mirin is not available as a la carte, and it’s part of Small’s Bread x Sushi ($180) omakase menu. The brainchild of Chef Bjorn Shen, the Bread x Sushi explores sushi in a very different way than we’re used to: utilising bread as a base instead of the usual rice. For the full doughmakase menu, see here.
Address: 115 King George’s Ave, #02-02, Singapore 208561
Opening Hours: Wednesday-Friday, 6pm-10pm; Saturday, 12pm-2pm & 6pm-10pm
6. Truffle Camembert Focaccia
If you’re not a fan of sweet desserts, here’s a savoury truffle food item to tickle your fancy. This Truffle Camembert Focaccia ($58.80) by Mimeu Bakery is a truffle flavour bomb, complete with varying textures: the crispt crunch from toasted focaccia combined with soft and creamy cheese and finished with a generous sprinkling of shaved truffles.
Have it on its own to enjoy the truffle flavour in all its glory or have it toasted as a side with scrambled eggs, or as a sandwich and more, the possibilities are endless! Order this savoury truffle goodness directly via Mimeu Bakery’s Instagram DM.
7. Truffle Lobster Roll
How does one make a lobster roll even more luxe? Why, by adding shaved truffles of course! The Truffle Lobster Roll at Pince & Pints is possibly a slice of heaven itself.
Forget the basic lobster roll and go big or go home with the extravagant Truffle Lobster Roll ($68), with lobster chunks tossed in fragrant truffle butter sauce, and finally topped with more shaved truffles and truffle caviar for ultimate truffle indulgence. Pince & Pints’s physical outlet has closed, but you can still order their goods from their cloud kitchen online here.
8. Truffle White Shrimp
Pull out all the stops at Taiga, an elegant Japanese fine dining restaurant inspired by the mountainous region of Kōchi, offering a palatial and experiential gastronomic experience. Taiga only offers omakase menus for lunch and dinner starting from $280.
This deluxe Truffle White Shrimp is served as one of the appetisers from the omakase menu, featuring a series of appetisers, nigiri sushi, soup and dessert. Luscious and fresh white shrimp is served atop a stone plate, and then topped—more like covered—with fragrant truffle shavings.
Address: Regent Singapore, #01-03/04, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-11pm