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We searched high and low for these selections of truffle pizzas in KL so you can show off your expertise in anything truffle to your partner and friends.

Truffle pizzas are often a hit and miss in the food community — you either love it or hate it. This delicacy is topped with savoury mushrooms, gooey cheese, and of course, a generous amount of truffle oil. However, if you’re feeling fancy, most restaurants will provide the option of shaved truffles as a classic finisher to please your tastebuds and belly. While this dish is often associated with the word “musky” or being too “garlicky”, to most, it is heaven on a plate. If the thought of these truffle pizzas has you drooling with tummies rumbling, then scroll down to see where your next dinner reservation is going to be this week.

Proof Pizza + Wine
Proof Pizza + Wine

If you’ve been to APW Bangsar, we’re sure you’ve seen this pizzeria and wine restaurant tucked in the corner surrounded with greenery and illuminating fairy lights. If you come here at night, it’s such a delight to see the area come alive when you make your way over. Incredibly romantic and perfect for date nights, we say it’s worth making a reservation to try out the Umbrian Black Truffle pizza (RM41). Proof Pizza + Wine is also located at Arcoris in Mont Kiara.

(Image credit: Proof Pizza + Wine)

Kenny Hills Baker
Kenny Hills Baker

Widely known for its mouth-watering pastries, Kenny Hills Bakers serves a wide range of your favourite comfort food from signature sandwiches to pizzas and pasta. With three dine-in outlets to choose from, you’ll find that this is the best place to be for weekly catch-ups with friends, especially when you’re served with a warm pan of pizza. Available from an 8-inch to 12-inch pan, the ideal thing on our must-try list is the Al Funghi pizza. The sourdough crust is topped with portobello, button and oyster mushrooms, mozzarella and drizzled with truffle oil. Ask for a side of chili oil and you’ll be in shock with the burst of flavours.

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It’s hard not to fall in love with Blonde’s interior when you make your way in. Located in Republik Damansara Heights, this sophisticated restaurant will make your heart flutter with its Wes Anderson colour scheme. The complementing shades of pink and green with lush velvet and rattan finishes will turn your dining experience into a memorable one. Other then its incredible range of breakfast spread, your brunch and dinner plans are sorted when you have the Cream of Truffle Mushrooms pizza (RM45) delivered to your table. Trust us on this. 

(Image credit: Blonde)

The Grocer’s Kitchen at B.I.G
The Grocer’s Kitchen at B.I.G

Feeling hungry after your grocery runs? Ben’s Independent Grocer provides the best of both worlds; checking off your to-do list and feasting on the finest meals to satisfy your cravings. While the Grocer’s Kitchen is popular for its roasted chicken, the pizzas and sandwiches are crowd favourites too. Don’t forget to look for the Truffle Funghi pizza (RM36) on the menu because you do not want to miss out on the mixed mushrooms, truffle oil, thyme, mozzarella,  and parmesan to indulge on. 

(Image credit: The Big Group)

Pizza Mansion
Pizza Mansion

Pizza Mansion is that familiar place you keep coming back to whenever you’re craving for a slice of their specialities. It’s your one-way ticket to pizza galore and the best place to end your truffle adventures if you decide to start one after reading this post. Other than pizzas, you’ll find people obsessing over the truffle mac and cheese — something you can order on the side. With porcini and truffle cream, button mushrooms, fior di latte, thyme, parmigiano and truffle oil, your belly is going to thank you for the amount of truffle you’re about to have.

(Image credit: Pizza Mansion)

Satisfy your tastebuds with the best truffle pizzas in KL

Amalina Anuar

Senior Writer

Amalina seeks joy in writing the ins and outs of the fashion, dining and beauty world. When she’s not stalking for her next handbag purchase, you can find her binge-watching the latest tv series, testing out beauty products or singing her heart out at concerts. As a part-time spin instructor, she uses music as a quick escape, which explains why she’s always bopping her head to a good tune, no matter where she is. Amalina is a fashion journalism graduate from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco and has always loved exploring big cities.

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