The leasehold for a restaurant in the heart of Edinburgh’s west end has come onto the market.
Currently trading as the Cantonese cuisine-focused China Town, the Atholl Place outlet is being marketed by commercial agency CDLH as a premises which benefits from a high volume of passing trade.
The venue comprises a ground floor restaurant which can accommodate approximately 70 covers, a basement function restaurant, and a bar with the capacity for around 30 covers; there’s also a general store, wine store and manager’s office.
Kevin Hunter of CDLH said the restaurant is in a “highly sought after” trading location.
“The current owner/operator has fully refurbished the subjects to an impeccable standard and has successfully operated the business for a number of years, developing an excellent reputation,” said Hunter.
“This opportunity is available to the market as the current operator is taking well-deserved retirement after many years of hard work and dedication.
“The premises is suitable to all styles of high quality restaurant operation.”
A premium of offers over £100,000 is sought for the business, including fixtures and fittings; the initial rent is £65,000 per annum, rising to £75,000 per annum by year three.