Tebaldi’s at Temenos Chef Christiaan Campbell Regenerates an Old Favourite

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Tebaldi's at Temenos Chef Christiaan Campbell Regenerates an Old Favourite

Nestled in the heart of picturesque McGregor, you’ll find Tebaldi’s at Temenos – a charming restaurant with a spiritual garden retreat. This fantastic venue is infused with a commitment to sustainable living, nourishing the body and soul with contemporary country cuisine with sustainability at its heart.

A new approach to hospitality

Chef Christiaan Campbell, known for his dedication to the ethical and sustainable sourcing of ingredients, has taken over the reins at Tebaldi’s. Campbell’s philosophy on regenerative farming brought him to Temenos, where he manages the entire hospitality offering. “Essentially, I’m bringing sustainable, regenerative practices to the sourcing of ingredients, the way the staff is managed, and creating a menu and environment where people feel nurtured, cared for, and nourished. That’s our big focus,” says Campbell.

Inspiring country cuisine at Tebaldi’s

Tebaldi’s offers a contemporary country cuisine menu curated around what’s available closest to the restaurant. You’ll find salad leaves and herbs from a permaculture project in the village, free-range eggs and chickens from down the road, free-range pork from Swellendam, and cheese and dairy from Ashton. The menu is short and constantly changing, according to what is freshest. Mead-glazed chicken breast, confit chicken and roasted artichoke, and Kalahari flank steak are just some of the delicious items to choose from. The menu is designed for you to linger over two to four savory dishes for a leisurely meal or just savory and sweet for a quick lunch.

A curated winelist at Tebaldi’s

The Tebaldi’s wine list is also short and changes each month, featuring 14 wines, mostly from small wineries that take soil, people, and community into account. The wine selection is designed with a strong soil-health and people-health focus, making it perfect for pairing with delicious dishes.

Immerse yourself in the beautiful surroundings

Besides the delicious food and wine, Tebaldi’s at Temenos is renowned for its beautiful garden retreat, perfect for a pre-dinner stroll. The stunning gardens are filled with art and are spiritual and tranquil, making it the ideal place to relax and unwind.

Contact details for Tebaldi’s

Address: Voortrekker St, Mcgregor, McGregor, 4800, South Africa

Phone: +27 23 625 1115

Website: Tebaldi’s

Opening hours:
– Wednesday – Saturday, 6 pm – 8 pm
– Saturday + Sunday 12 pm – 2 pm

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