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Business Bay welcomes Pantry Café

Pantry Café, the local gourmet café and delicatessen, today announced the opening of its second venue. The new Pantry Café is located in Bay Square, Business Bay and will be open from 8am to 4pm serving guests breakfast, and lunch, seven days a week. Providing customers with the familiar Pantry Café mix of local and international cuisine, the new venue occupies a space of over 5,500 square feet.

The Pantry Café’s neighbourhood cafe style is reflected in the open kitchen and on-site bakery where fresh bread is baked on a daily basis. The delicatessen sells exceptional deli products including oils, jams, sauces and speciality breads; The Pantry Café also stocks RAW Coffee and offers a range of beverages including smoothies, milkshakes, cordials and wellness drinks.

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“The new Pantry Café is now open in Bay Square, Business Bay and we are delighted to offer our guests our delicious range of international and local cuisine. Most of our vegetables are locally sourced and organic which is a big priority for us. We also use free range, organic eggs. The quality of our ingredients is what makes our food taste so good, and we are dedicated to providing all Pantry Café guests with the gourmet café experience,” said co-founder, Pantry Café, Yana Kalwani.

The Pantry Café’s first venue is located in Al Wasl Square and was created in 2012. The popular eatery is a firm favourites with UAE residents and provides the perfect venue for a culinary, leisurely and social get together.

Pantry Café is a Dubai-based gourmet café and delicatessen. Established in 2012 in Al Wasl Square, Pantry Café has recently expanded and opened its second Dubai brand in Bay Square in Business Bay. The Al Wasl Square branch is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. The new Bay Square outlet will be open for breakfast and lunch, seven days a week. Serving its range of tapas, starters, gourmet burgers, steaks, grills, sandwiches and pizzas from its open kitchen, Pantry Café prides itself on supporting local farms by using locally produced organic fruits and vegetables wherever possible.

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