The Best Places to Get a Truffle Fix in Sydney

From truffle doughnuts to pasta dishes topped with the soul-enriching ingredient, get your truffle fix.

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It’s that time of year again—truffle season is here and we’re celebrating the only way we know-how. By hunting down all of the best truffle dishes in Sydney.

Whether you regard truffle as a delicacy reserved for occasion dining, a winter cooking staple, or somewhere in between, you can never go wrong with a generous shaving of the fungi over a saucy pasta, or in hot chocolate (don’t knock it until you try it).

This year is a special year, as restaurant owners and cafes are heavily shaving the stuff over toasties and doughnuts.

If you’re looking for a truffle fix, book a table at these restaurants.

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Goodfields Eatery

Truffle dishes don’t have to be expensive. Sydney’s best cafes are shaving thin slices of the umami-packed fungi over everything. try the decadent savoury truffle doughnut at Goodfields Eatery or the loaded truffle potato gems with lobster tail is a fancy take on a fast-food classic. As Goodfields is a walk-in-only café, we know the crowds will be lining up (as they have done over the last few years) to try these incredible limited-edition dishes. 

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When it comes to indulging, does it get any better than Nobu? We don’t think so. The world-renowned restaurant is joining in on the truffle fun by offering Western Australia truffles, sold per gram, and shaved on anything you desire. We suggest the Wagyu gyoza because truffles and wagyu go together like avocado and toast. The wagyu steak and rib-eye steak is also a popular choice, or add them to a warm mushroom salad because you can never have too many fungi.

SOUL Dining and SOUL Deli

Surry Hills
Truffle season has begun this week at Surry Hills’ SOUL Dining and SOUL Deli and the teams have gone all out this year with Robertson Truffles to celebrate the first ‘proper’ truffle season since 2020. This year, SOUL Deli has five dishes incorporating truffles, including some of its breakfast classics as well as menu bestsellers enhanced with truffles. We suggest trying the truffle choux with truffle cream or the truffle eggs benedict is always a crowd-pleaser. ruffled drinks are also on the menu, including another takeaway bestseller during last year’s lockdown—the Truffle Dirty Nutty Latte (a very popular drink in South Korea).

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Lana’s Head Chef Alex Wong will bring the delicate nuances of the truffle to life with a six-course truffle dinner, this July. With dishes such as wagyu truffle “kare” puff and scallop, ginger and truffle to Bottoni all “Carbonara” with dashi broth and truffle, you’ll be treated to the kind of menu you crave during truffle season—playful, innovative and darn good. Bookings are taken from 5 pm and staggered throughout the evening.

Ragazzi Wine and Pasta

Sydney’s favourite pasta joint is joining in on the truffle fun with a series of truffle-based dishes. These include shavings on a bowl of potato gnocchi and dropped on a plate of duck breast and chicken liver.


At a’Mare, they have created a customer truffle set menu to celebrate the season. You will have to request it. Chef Alessandro Pavoni has created delicious dishes using Australian black truffles including a taglioni with truffle pecorino, which is then topped with more truffles.

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Chef Ross Lusted is celebrating Australian truffles by making indulgent creations we all know and love. The truffle toastie is a winter warmer, but the truffle-infused dry gin, with lemon and whites, is unique and a must-try.


Silks are offering truffle curated dishes including a rock lobster with winter black truffle and an Australia MBs+9 wagyu beef with black truffle, wild mushroom and pumpkin. You can also get truffles by gram on any dish.

Photo: Samantha Rose

The Star

Laden with truffles carefully sourced from the premium Truffle Hill Farm in Manjimup, WA, menus curated by the chefs at BLACK Bar & Grill, Flying Fish, Sokyo, Cucina Porto and Fat Noodle will leave truffle lovers spoilt for choice during the winter months.

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What’s On in Sydney This Winter

There's plenty on.

It’s officially cold, but that doesn’t mean we should hibernate. Throw on a warm coat and hit the streets, as Sydney comes alive with Vivid, Bridgerton Balls and much more.

Check out these events if you’re looking for more fun things to do this weekend in Sydney. 

things to do sydney this weekend

Don your favourite snow gear for Sydney’s biggest Snow Festival

July 4 – 30
North Sydney
There is a snow festival coming to North Sydney, and it’s being brought to us by the hospitality group, Tilley & Wills. Shipping in more than 150 tonnes of real snow, the Greenwood Hotel and The Richmond Inn will be transformed into a winter wonderland over July. There will be the largest Olympic-grade ice-skating rink in North Sydney, winter movie showings, ice-skating performances, inflatable polar bears, gondolas, champagne and skate-up Fireball whiskey bars, free children’s activities and frozen performances. The Richmond Inn will be kicking off the festivities just in time for the school holiday season from July 4 to 10. Then the Greenwood Hotel will be kicking things up a notch with a two-week extravaganza from July 19 to 30.
Cost: Varies.

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Photo: K Wong Photography

Follow the Truffle Trail down in Darling Square

Darling Square
Over the next few weeks, dive into all things truffle with a selection of Sydney restaurants offering exciting dishes showcasing the unique depth and the umami and sweet flavours of the hyper-seasonal truffle. To take things to the next level, a pop-up cart will be open each Sunday offering exclusive, luxury truffle products for avid truffle seekers. Expect duck truffle soup from Auvers Cafe, wild mushroom truffle ragu from Hello Auntie, and even Truffalo buffalo wings from Wingboy.
Cost: Varies

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Photo: Holly Hawkins

Attend a 10-day art, NFT, and negroni pop-up for charity

July 21-31
The Rocks and Darling Quarter
Sydneysiders can discover an epic line-up of homegrown artists, from NFT creator Bianca Beers to graffiti artist Scott Marsh, with 100% of profits from ONE’s ticket donations, art sales and auctions going to local charities, including; Asylum Seekers Centre, HalfCut and Save the Children. Across the 10 days, there will also be live auctions featuring luxury items from local businesses, exclusive pieces from Sydney artists and designers, themed life-drawing, and comedy tickets to the ARA Darling Quarter Theatre. 
Cost: Varies from $10- $200 (dependant on auction pricing)
Buy tickets here.

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Go window shopping at the Sydney International Boat Show

July 28 – August 1
Darling Harbour
It is no secret Sydney loves yachts and setting sail under the Harbour Bridge, so this year the Sydney International Boat Show will introduce a VIP experience like never before. Located on The Jackson, a 60-metre superyacht, The Harbour Lounge is the ultimate luxe experience offering access to all-day 5-star catering, premium beverages, live entertainment and exclusive boutique tasting experiences, all while overlooking the superyachts on display in Cockle Bay.
Cost: $26

things to do sydney this weekend

Celebrate Christmas in July at Entertainment Quarter

July 8-17
Moore Park
Coinciding with the first week of the school holidays, the EQ will transform into a Christmas fantasy land. Taking inspiration from some of the beautiful, whimsical Winter Markets dotted around the globe at Christmas. Christmas Winter Wonderland is a fun, festive experience for children and their families. A moment to come together and celebrate all the magic of Christmas, however in July.  

Find the giant Christmas tree and take a walk down Selfie Lane where you can snap the night away and purchase a Selfie Snow Globe to let the memory live on at home. There’s even a selfie moment for your four-legged furry friends. Hop on board the Santa Express before heading to the main event in the Show Ring. There is also a Nueva Bar serving a range of tipples from prosecco and ales to mulled wine and more plus numerous food trucks, perfect for parents and those wishing to munch on melt-in-your-mouth foodie delights.
Cost: Varies: $10 for children and $16 per adult.

Attend The Bridgerton Ball

Saturday, September 3
Town Hall
The town’s most informed Lady is inviting the cream of the town to the social gathering of the season at the exquisite Sydney Town Hall. Dress in elegance and come prepared to dance to classics known to many by our fabulous string quartet. Favourable food and enticing premium drinks fit for Lady’s and Lord’s, along with an array of activities such as life drawing and games of chance await you as you try not to be caught up in the gossip to earn the Queen’s attention. 
Cost: $209.

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Try Maybe Sammy’s new cocktail menu

From April 6
The Rocks
Rat Pack is out. Artistic doyennes are in. The new menu has been inspired by 12 women who have shaped us artistically from the fields of music, art, cinema and fashion. Each of the 12 cocktails is a tribute to these leading ladies and their contribution to the arts. Maybe Sammy has collaborated with a talented female Australian artist, Clementine Roslund (who goes by @klemekleme_), who has created bespoke artworks to accompany each cocktail. The artwork sits alongside each cocktail in the new menu booklet, entitled ‘Stardust’, which is the name of this new collection. Each cocktail will have a bespoke custom social media filter made from the artwork, so you can pop yourself or your chum into it and extend the experience. The filters will be accessed by a QR code that can be found next to each of the cocktails in the Stardust menu.

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Conquer Sydney’s tallest paint and sip experience

Champainting has launched Sydney’s highest paint and sip event at over 300 metres above the CBD in the Sydney Tower Eye. The exclusive event allows guests to paint the ‘City by Night’ masterpiece. Sip on a two-hour drinks package and enjoy a gourmet grazing box while you unleash your inner Monet.
Cost: $145 per person.

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Race your friends at Hyper Karting

Entertainment Quarter
Located in Sydney’s The Entertainment Quarter, Hyper Karting is not your average go-karting—it’s karting reimagined. Think, electric karts, faster speeds, environmentally friendly, all-weather track and safe and inclusive karting. Each race is 15 minutes, and you can enter as many races as you want. It’s only $19 per race and there are two tracks, one for the kids (3-7 years old). When you start the race, your kart is at 50% power, although with every lap you finish, your speed increases dependent on your lap times. So the faster you complete a lap. the faster you can go the next time around. They have expert and standard races. If you’ve never been karting before, stick with the standard. You can race as a family, and the best part, they take your dine and discover vouchers. So what are you waiting for?
Cost: $19-$59.

things to do sydney this weekend

Bridge Climb X Hendrick’s Gin Bar

Throughout the month of January 2022, all climbers that scale the iconic arches on Day and Twilight Climbs departing after 1 pm will be treated to a complimentary post-Climb celebratory drink in an on-site celebration bar, which closes at 10 pm. The post-Climb drink offered will be a Hendrick’s and Fever-Tree Tonic with a cucumber garnish. Alcohol will be served to guests aged 18 years and over only. Those not of legal age to drink will be offered a non-alcoholic version.
Cost: From $198 for adults, and from $99 for kids.

things to do sydney this weekend

Butter X Impossible Pop Up at The Rocks

The Rocks
Butter, Sydney’s favourite burger and chicken joint have launched an Impossible Pop Up in The Rocks in Sydney. The menu is made exclusively with Impossible Beef, so you can pop down there and try the full menu if you want. Expect dishes such as an Impossible Chilli Cheeseburger, Impossible Katsu and American Impossible Chilli Cheese Fries. There will also be live music and DJ’s every week, and a bar stocked with fun cocktails. Butter hour is from 5 pm to 6 pm every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Bottomless brunches will also be on, as well as secret menu items, Australia Day festivities and New Years events.
Cost: Varies.

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