New take­away is a grow­ing suc­cess

Dalby Herald - - NEWS -

BUTCHER’S Pantry Cof­fee and Take­away is mix­ing up why peo­ple visit their lo­cal butcher shop.

Rob and Elisha Beil opened the ex­ten­sion of South­side Qual­ity Meats in Septem­ber this year as a way to di­ver­sify their busi­ness.

In ad­di­tion to fresh meat, cus­tomers can now get a cof­fee or lunch from the shop.

“To us, it just goes hand in hand to be able to come down and have a steak sand­wich or a good ham­burger when the meat comes straight from the pad­dock to the butcher’s shop and then we’ll make a good burger with it,” Mrs Beil said.

“We’re go­ing to start open­ing nights and longer hours for af­ter school so that this side of town, this cor­ner has got a take­away shop.”

Be it a morn­ing cof­fee, smoko for the tradies, some­thing dif­fer­ent for lunch or af­ter­noon tea on your way home from school, the Butcher’s Pantry and Cof­fee will be the place to go.

“We orig­i­nally opened as just the Cof­fee Shack and that has since de­vel­oped into the Butcher’s Pantry Cof­fee and Take­away,” Mrs Biel said.

Grad­ual de­vel­op­ment means cus­tomers will soon be able to take ad­van­tage of evening open­ing hours to stop by Thurs­day and Fri­day nights to pick up burg­ers, chips and deep fried treats for an easy din­ner.

“We’ve been in­creas­ing the menu as we’ve been go­ing,” Mrs Beil said.

One of her favourite menu items is their sig­na­ture Butcher’s Pantry Burger.

“It’s got a big beef ham­burger patty on there that we make, we make our own chut­ney that goes on there.”

The ex­pan­sion of the busi­ness has al­lowed Mr and Mrs Beil to dou­ble their staff, giv­ing more em­ploy­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties to Dalby res­i­dents.

Butcher’s Pantry Cof­fee and Take­away is sit­u­ated with South­side Qual­ity Meats at the cor­ner of Or­pen and Dray­ton Sts.


NEW WARES: Elisha and Rob Beil with their staff at the Butcher’s Pantry Cof­fee and Take­away.

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