Trundles on Teviot – A taste of home
Bevan and Wendy Dorrington own and operate Trundles on Teviot, a café and licensed restaurant offering refreshments from an enticing menu which offers a taste of home. Wendy runs the kitchen and serves up a wonderful range of snack and A-La-Carte delights. She also creates an excellent range of jars of jam, preserves and chutneys, all very popular with locals and travellers.
Bevan will welcome you to Trundles, being the perfect host, he can offer refreshments from an extensive range of Craft Beers, Central Otago wines, or simply one of the best coffees to be found.
Whats on the menu at Trundles?
At Trundles on Teviot you can enjoy food of your choice offered from an extensive menu that includes pizzas and tapas, plus an ever-changing Specials board. The atmosphere is relaxed, charming, and always warm.
Is Trundles a Licensed Restaurant?
Enhance your visit to Trundles with your choice from a range of beers and wines. Central Otago wines feature in the wine rack; Drumsara, Ruru, Grasshopper rock are some of the labels available.
Try a wine tasting paddle. Paddles feature 4 x 40 ml glasses of wine and includes a fine selection of crackers and chutney.
An excellent range of popular brand beers are available, plus a choice of some fantastic craft beers on tap. Low and non-alcoholic drinks are always available.
Do I need a Reservation to dine at Trundles?
Reservations are always appreciated, but not a requirement.
Anyone considering Trundles for an organized event, or large group function should certainly make prior contact.
What is the address for Trundles on Teviot?
Trundles is perfectly situated at the centre of the Roxburgh township at:
100 Scotland Street, Roxburgh, 9500