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3/23 Darryl Street Scoresby VIC

Authentic Sri Lankan Restaurant situated in Scoresby shopping Village

Located in the heart of the busy Scoresby shopping village, this recently renovated restaurant is seeking a new owner for an immediate start. The restaturant is well-loved and established, but owners are selling due to unforeseen health issues. The business is priced to sell and owners are willing to negotiate. Set up to offer Dine-in, Takeaway, and Catering, with everything ready to go for the new owner, including: - Lunch and Dinner menu, for lunch and dinner guests - 25-30 seating (plenty of room for outdoor seating) - Big kitchen with all stainless steel appliances - New Bain-Marie - New heating/cooling unit - Existing rent in-place $1950/- per month The restaurant also has a great social media presence, which also has room for expansion. As well as good online reviews.

Located in the heart of the busy Scoresby shopping village, this recently renovated restaurant is seeking a new owner for an immediate start.

The restaturant is well-loved and established, but owners are selling due to unforeseen health issues. The business is priced to sell and owners are willing to negotiate.

Set up to offer Dine-in, Takeaway, and Catering, with everything ready to go for the new owner, including:

- Lunch and Dinner menu, for lunch and dinner guests

- 25-30 seating (plenty of room for outdoor seating)

- Big kitchen with all stainless steel appliances

- New Bain-Marie

- New heating/cooling unit

- Existing rent in-place $1950/- per month

The restaurant also has a great social media presence, which also has room for expansion. As well as good online reviews.

Property Detail

Property ID:

19995

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

3/23 Darryl Street Scoresby VIC

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