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Well presented city centre restaurant, trading as Turkish barbeque style restaurant. Prominent location on Morrison Street. Caters for approximately 40 covers. High footfall area. Rateable value £13,000 – no rates payable. Scope to develop existing business operation.
Rodi Turkish Barbeque Restaurant occupies a prominent location on the corner of Morrison Street and Gardner’s Crescent, close to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. This end of Morrison Street has developed over recent years to being the main business and financial district within the city centre. The other end of Morrison Street leads to Haymarket Train Station ensuring a steady footfall throughout the day between the offices and the station.
Our clients have owned and operated Rodi from this site for approximately 6 years and have reluctantly placed the business on the market to concentrate on another restaurant they own in another part of Edinburgh.
The restaurant performs well offering enticing Turkish cuisine, all freshly prepared daily, and cooked to perfection on a traditional Ocakbasi (open barbeque) in the open plan kitchen. Specialities include a selection of different chicken dishes, lamb dishes, kebabs and hot mezze.
Due to its wonderful location, the premises would suit a number of different cuisines or continue trading along the same lines as it currently does.
Also due to its location beside some of the largest office developments currently ongoing in Edinburgh city centre, an offering to take advantage of the plentiful daily footfall may also work whilst looking at a bistro offering in the evening.
There is approximately 14 years remaining on the current lease with an annual rent of £14,300.
7 days a week 12:00noon to 11:00pm
Morrison Street, just to the west of the city centre.