Urban Pantry To Remain Open For Great Takeaway Food

Photo Credit: Urban Pantry/Facebook

Well-known for its tasty burgers, good brews and delicious menu line-up, Urban Pantry continues to rise to the occasion, despite concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. The Greenbank eatery is committed to remaining open for customers who are staying or working from home who still want to keep eating delicious, homemade meals without the need to prepare it themselves. 

The tiny cafe announced that it will keep serving takeaways despite adjusting its trading hours. 

We are open…We will be trading as long as we are allowed…To allow us to do so we have Social Distancing Measures…

Posted by Urban Pantry on Saturday, March 28, 2020

“We will also be taking extra precautions to make sure that everything is sanitized and as clean as possible,” the store owners said on Facebook

“If you have any concerns about waiting for your food please phone ahead and we will give you the best approximate wait time that we can. If you chose to come in and order and wish to wait in your car please let the staff member know when placing your order and advise make and colour of your vehicle…we will run it out to you.” 

Photo Credit: Urban Pantry/Facebook


Take note of the Urban Pantry’s store hours during this indefinite period:

Monday 5:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 
Tuesday to Friday5:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 
Saturday 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

The store can prepare dim sums, pulled pork sandwiches, and various combination meals or family bites for group takeways. Please phone 3462 9065 ahead of time to make arrangements for your orders and the pick-up:

Photo Credit: Urban Pantry/Facebook


Urban Pantry used to be in Ipswich but has since moved to Greenbank in late 2019. 

“Great food, the pulled beef loaded fries was to die for and the service and hospitality was awesome”

Marie Longworth, Facebook 

“Awesome fresh made food exactly how you like it.. friendly staff who go the extra mile to give you the best service possible.”

Neil Briscoe, Google Reviews