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(Closed) Truffle Gourmet Singapore

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Located at the heart of the most fashionable and lively district in Singapore, Truffle Gourmet is wine bar offering wide selection of fine imported wines personally select and import from the Italy complemented with authentic yet sophisticated and original Italian dishes to add flavour and luxury to your dining experience.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 00:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62225996
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Every Spoonful is Delightful

I was recommended to try out Truffle Gourmet by my friends and boy was I satisfied with the whole experience there. As a foodie, I look forward to delightful dishes and yeah I was impressed.

I tried the Beef Ravioli and Iberico Pork. The beef ravioli is a ravioli package of Wagyu short rib and brisket dripped with shaved truffles. Every spoonful of the beef ravioli in the mouth was just sensational. #foodorgasm Need I say more?

The chef also makes a mean Iberico Pork! The salty meat cooked medium rare was matched with sweet marsala sauce, creamy sauteed potatoes and a generous amount of grated black truffles. Yum! Good service and quality food adds up to great value for money. Definitely a thumbs up from me (:

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• 03 Oct 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

the worst restaurant ever

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Tried this restaurant few months ago but it is worth a review to warn potential customer though you ll see that usually this place is empty but for a good reason: - very small portion at an expensive price - they call each plate with truffle but you can hardly taste it except some cheap truffle oil - poor service, local waiters are slow and not paying attention when you ve a request To summarize, never again. We wasted our time and money on low end quality food. Among the worst ever tried in Singapore.
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• 27 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Extremely disrespectful service staff

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Most unpleasant experience with one of the service staffs. was a friday night, wasn't that crowded in the restaurant. I asked for the drinks menu. after waiting for over 10 mins, he still hasn't returned with the drinks menu, I then asked him politely for the drinks menu again. 
and he snapped right back at me saying he had already handed me the drinks menu. I was dumbfounded by his rude reaction, I replied to him i didnt get any drink menu from
him. He insisted he did. 
if I did, I would have remembered flipping through the pages of a delicately designed drinks menu with hardcover by them and ordered a drink from him! But I didn't Received the drinks menu from him.
When I told him I didn't get the menu, he again insisted with a loud and rude tone that he did! 

He didn't have to use that tone or voice to speak to a customer. just tell me nicely! It spoilt my evening. he donned a ponytail, without spectacles and dark skinned. When he returned with the menu, he wasn't very pleased when 
I would have patronize again, but with that attitude from this dude, it seriously put me off.
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• 17 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Every Spoonful is Delightful

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I was recommended to try out Truffle Gourmet by my friends and boy was I satisfied with the whole experience there. As a foodie, I look forward to delightful dishes and yeah I was impressed.

I tried the Beef Ravioli and Iberico Pork. The beef ravioli is a ravioli package of Wagyu short rib and brisket dripped with shaved truffles. Every spoonful of the beef ravioli in the mouth was just sensational. #foodorgasm Need I say more?

The chef also makes a mean Iberico Pork! The salty meat cooked medium rare was matched with sweet marsala sauce, creamy sauteed potatoes and a generous amount of grated black truffles. Yum! Good service and quality food adds up to great value for money. Definitely a thumbs up from me (:
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