New takeaway is a growing success
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.