The Best Places To Indulge In Truffle Fries In Boston

Who would ever think a couple of simple ingredients could take the classic taste of French fries to a whole new level? Fries, in all of their golden glory, are made even better when tossed with truffle oil and topped with parmesan cheese. Here’s a look at some of the best places to indulge in the glorious dish of truffle fries in Boston.

Precinct Kitchen + Bar

Precinct Kitchen + BarPhoto Credit: Precinct Kitchen + Bar

Tucked inside a subterranean space at the Loews Boston Hotel in Back Bay,  the dry aged Precinct Burger here is worthy of its own write-up topped with gooey cheddar and crisp bacon, but the parmesan truffle fries are a real standout. The golden fries are so good you may want to indulge in the entire basket, but do save room for the burger because there is nothing quite like the flavor found in one of the city’s best.

154 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116; Website

Earls Prudential Center

Earls Prudential CenterPhoto Credit: Earls Prudential Center

One of the latest newcomers to Boston, Earls is no newbie to making truffle fries. The Canada-based restaurant chain’s version comes complete with an addicting salt and pepper blend combined with truffle aioli, which can be ordered as an appetizer to share or as an upgrade to traditional fries with a burger.

800 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02199; Website

MET Back Bay

MET Back BayPhoto Credit: MET Back Bay

You have met your truffle match at this Back Bay haute spot where the parmesan truffle fries here are made even better complemented with fresh sage. Try them as a starter to share (or not to share as the case may be) or add them onto your favorite sandwich for the perfect indulgence.

279 Dartmouth Street, Boston, MA 02116; Website


SausPhoto Credit: Saus

Belgian style fries are the name of Saus’ game where Idaho russets are hand cut, house aged then twice fried for extra crispiness. Start off by choosing your size (petite, regular or big) and then one of their made-from-scratch sauces (we prefer the truffle ketchup). You can even add poutine topped off with pork belly and local curds for the ultimate indulgence and walk it all off at nearby Faneuil Hall.

33 Union Street, Boston, MA 02108; Website