Operators looking for premises in the capital’s west end might be interested in The Edinburgh Larder, which is being marketed by The Restaurant Agency.
Described as a ‘hidden gem’ due to its basement location, the Alva Street venue has ample natural light thanks to a large conservatory attached to the premises.
The 60-cover restaurant comprises three separate areas and is described as having a ‘rustic’ look, with exposed stone walls, flagstone floors and modern lighting.
The restaurant is close to Princes Street and Shandwick Place – an area said to have undergone significant regeneration following the completion of the tram works.
Currently trading five days a week, The Edinburgh Larder offers scope for a new owner to increase turnover, according to Alan Goldie, director of The Restaurant Agency who is handling the sale.
“It’s great to see this part of the city reinvigorated – and with significant reinvestment in the area, the west end, which forms part of a Business Improvement District, has returned to become a popular food and drink destination for all surrounding offices, residences and both for locals and tourists,” said Goldie.
“This 60-cover restaurant in a desirable area is appealing in its simplicity and is full of character, with a surprisingly big floor area given it is a basement property; it has the added bonus of a bright conservatory attached, allowing ample natural light on proceedings.”
With a lease until 2027, the business is available at offers over £85,000 for the leasehold going concern.