About Truffles - St. Louis
"Truffles has always managed that elusive balance of refinement and relaxed casualness...” Sauce, 8/2011
“This is a top-tier eatery. The kitchen is reinvigorated and inventive…” STL Magazine, 5/2011.
Truffles strives to produce a menu that easily fuses rustic and contemporary American cooking. With simplicity and seasonality as our guide, house-made specialties such as pasta and salumi are prepared fresh every day and are complemented by choice selections of locally sourced and raised meats, seafood and inventive sides. The Truffles menu begins in the fields, rivers and farms of the Midwest and our award-winning wine list features wines from every corner of the earth. We bring the best flavors of the season direct to your plate.
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9PM to 1AM live music at the bar.
Private Party Facilities:
For your special occasions or business functions, reserve the Hat's room, the private dining room seating up to 20 guests. Truffles will create a menu to fit your needs & budget.
Private Party Contact:
Aleksandar Jovanovic: 3145679100
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking Area, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Private Room, Smoking Area, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Truffles - St. Louis Ratings and Reviews
We totally enjoyed a wonderful dinner at ...
We totally enjoyed a wonderful dinner at Truffles-St Louis tonight. The drinks and wine were very good. The bbq shrimp appetizer was outstanding. The braised meatball appetizer was very delicious. The entrees selected by the four of us were halibut and filet mignon. Everything was cooked to perfection. The service was also outstanding as it was appropriately attentive but not to be intrusive. The desserts were wonderful too.
Highly recommended for food and service.
It was a great evening with wonderful food and service.
Service and wait staff was exceptional. ...
Service and wait staff was exceptional. Ambiance was was very good. We were disappointed in cost of food vs value recd. outstanding was the risotto with mushrooms and truffles. Lettuce wedge salad not what we expected as we are used to the blue cheese, bacon variety. Shirt rib special was ok but the sauce was off putting. Halibut was good. Most disappointing was the bananas foster dessert. We have this in New Orleans often and fix at home. This was not fixed at table and the ice cream was half melted in the soupy brown sugar and ? Sauce.
I enjoyed the white table cloth ambience ...
I enjoyed the white table cloth ambience and service right away. I met a friend for lunch and we were treated promptly with excellent and unrushed service. It is a perfect restaurant to enjoy quiet conversation in a lovely restaurant. The truffle risotto was outstanding...the best I ever ate. I can't wait to go back again.
This was disappointing .
I've been to Truffles before and love the food. But this time, the experience was so poor I don't know that I'll go back even for the food. When I booked my reservation, I specifically looked for a restaurant that had reservations for 10p or later as I knew we'd be coming from a show & wanted a place where the kitchen was still open. Truffles was one of those. However, when we arrived, they told us they had to put the table together - a bit surprising since few people were in the restaurant. No sooner had we sat down then the waiter came by & didn't ask for drink orders, but asked if we were ready to order as the kitchen wanted him to get the order in as they were closing. While the food was good (although my friend said her risotto was too salty to finish), the service kept going downhill. We felt very rushed, had to ask for things & were never asked if we wanted dessert nor was a thank you for dining with us said when the checks were brought. It seemed like the server had seldom, if ever, waited on tables & didn't seem to have any support as all staff was gone when we left. We went into the bar after dinner & staff there was friendly and helpful - but I'm not sure I'll try the dining room again. It left a really bad taste in my mouth. If you don't want late reservations, then don't make them available. I'd made my reservation far enough in advance that if it was an error, someone had plenty of time to reach out to me to notify me. Very disappointing.
Not happy with my food.
Very expensive for how my food was. Salad was the only thing that I enjoyed. My halibut was so mushy, I couldn't tell the difference between the fish and the mashed potatoes it was over.
A friend we were with had a simiar experience, he had the bronzini fish and it had bones and was very small amount of fish. Will not be back.
The service we received was beyond great. The food is good but on a Thursday night the dining room was virtually empty. The bar was packed (as always) a testament to Duke and his troops running things and making it look effortless. Too bad they can't double the bar size and get a simpler menu that's more cost efficient. The "special" that evening was a 4 ounce Waygu steak for $99 ridiculous.
My wife and I enjoyed a late lunch at Tr ...
My wife and I enjoyed a late lunch at Truffles, our first dining experience here. If you're fortunate to have Courtney as your server, you'll appreciate her knowledgeable menu recommendations. If you're a martini snob like me, definitely order one. Their martinis, to include the espresso desert martini, are outstanding. Definitely try the steak tacos, truffle risotto, and creme brulee. Everyone was completely professional and friendly. We will definitely return!
Great place for lunch with a group of la ...
Great place for lunch with a group of ladies. Can talk easily. Very quiet. Food was quite good. Tends to be on the expensive side. But overall, a great experience. I was only there for lunch so I cannot review dinner food.
Extensive wine list and excellent menu. ...
Extensive wine list and excellent menu. The tuna lettuce wraps were delicious, but the sauce needed to be reduced slightly to keep from dripping. The tomato and cucumber salad was perfect as was the mushroom risotto and snapper, which had a wonderful flavor. The Caesar salad was very over dressed. Their chocolate chip cookie recipe has slightly too much flour in it. Overall very good. It's one of those restaurants you know you can go and always get great food.
We had dinner here on a Thursday night and really enjoyed our visit. The bar was packed at 5 pm with well dressed patrons across a broad age range. We sat in the dining room which was not packed at all, very quiet, well lighted, plenty of competent servers. Our amuse was an oyster with mignonette which was very well done. The mignonette enhanced but didn't overpower the oyster. Our first course was an amazing artichoke and parmesan soup. The artichoke flavor was intense but the soup was very light - no cream and a perfect smooth texture. I had the tuna appetizer - 3 lettuce leaves with raw tuna, shaved jalapeno, wonton threads and a light dressing. Delicious. My companions had the trout and the snapper which they loved. The wine list is extensive with some very well priced wines. Rather surprising for the location. We had an amazing Riesling for $40. I would highly recommend this restaurant and look forward to visiting the bar.
Average for a special occasion
My husband and I went here for our first date night in ages. Our intention was go to someplace nice . I wish I could have given it 2.5 stars because it wasn't "fair" or "good," per se, it was more average. The food was fine. We both had a filet. I ordered mine medium and it came well done but tasted good. My husband ordered his medium and it was cooked accordingly. The appetizer crab cake was a bit runny on the inside - so much so that I had trouble eating it with a fork. Also, the tables are way too close together. I am not a big person and I had to be extremely careful and walk sideways not to knock over wine glasses when I was walking between our table and the table right next to us. That said, the service was very good. Everyone was very friendly and they were very accommodating when I called and asked to delay our reservation by a half hour. It is definitely an older crowd - we are in our late thirties and I felt like we were definitely the youngest patrons. For the money, we will try another place next time but I wouldn't be opposed to going back if someone else suggested it.
My husband and I were looking for something different than we usually do for Anniversary's or holidays and I found this little gem online. I was blown away with the service and quality of food. The server came out of the kitchen with a special appetizer compliments of the chef and they also didn't charge us for our dessert because it was our Anniversary which was a VERY pleasant surprise. Price is a little high but that is expected for this area and for the quality of food. We will definitely be going back!!!
Classy restaurant without being stuffy. Great menu and wine list. I chose the duck dish and it was the best duck I've had, juicy and full of flavor. My husband had the lamb which was delicious. For our next special event, we are heading back here!
Quiet night and romantic music. Our meal was exceptional, starting with tuna wraps and steak tartar. Server recommended their grower champagne as a pairing and it was perfect. We finished with the prime ribeye and the duck. Possibly the finest steak in the city and definitely the best duck I've ever head. Candy bar was to die for. Can't wait to go back and try one of their Master Tastinngs.
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