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Once You Go Black: Mozaic Prepares to Host Exclusive French Black Truffle Dinner

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Ubud’s pioneer in fine dining, Mozaic, is preparing to host an exclusive dinner, featuring one of the world’s most extraordinary ingredient, the French black truffle.

On Saturday, January 22nd, French black truffles will take center stage at a five-course or seven-course dinner presentation. Part of the fungi family that is also the most expensive edible truffle, the Tuber Melanosporum can only be harvested from the wild. The extreme difficulty involved in finding truffles and their delightful forestière-taste that is at once musky, earthy, and possessing a singularly aromatic flavor – make these much-prized forest fungi one of the most luxurious ingredients in French gastronomy.

The truffles featured for the dinner were meticulously hand-selected by Chef Chris Salans at the truffle mart of Michelin Star Chef Jacques Pourcel in Montpellier in Southern France. Personally hand-carried to Bali, the truffles are from one of the best areas in France, and Salans described their aroma as unique and very special.

To showcase these Montpellier truffles, Salans will prepare two set menus: a 5-course set menu and a 7-course set menu. Indulge in the rich flavors of dishes from seared oysters to butter-poached lobster tail. Or a tantalizing cut of wagyu beef with marbling 8+. Don’t worry, there will also be special menus available for vegetarians and vegans. While for dessert, Salans will present a daringly different mango flower, which still carries the main star, black truffles. The dinner is also available with paired premium wines, carefully selected by Wine Director Cok Bagus Senajaya. You can make your reservation for this special night through

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