This is a very well-established concern which enjoys all the considerable commercial advantages of a fantastic trading position amongst local retail businesses in Birmingham City Centre.
Operating from well-fitted and well-presented premises, the business currently primarily offers a full and varied in-house takeaway menu of classic hot and cold food, snacks, sandwiches, lunches, side orders, pastries and beverages prepared freshly to order in its fully-equipped catering facilities and served in pleasant surroundings.
There is scope for continued growth, not least with regard to a degree of menu and product expansion, the possible provision of local delivery and outside catering services and the possible introduction of full weekend trading in order to exploit year-round local demand. The business would also benefit greatly by adopting a far more vigorous marketing policy of its excellent existing facilities and services.
Current turnover is in the region of £5500 per week with huge scope to increase.
Lease: The premises are being offered with the benefit of a secure year lease with approximately 5 years of the current term remaining. Alternatively, a new lease may be negotiated.
Rent: The current rent stands at approximately £2100 per month.
We are advised that the Business Rates are £690 per month.
Trading Hours: 5 days Monday to Friday 7.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Staff: 4 full-time, 1 part-time.
Fixtures & Fittings: The business is well-fitted throughout and an inventory of equipment is to be included in the sale price (list available on viewing). It is important to note the commercial kitchen is suitable for greater external catering without further investment.
According to the owner, if the establishment was family-run the profit per week could amount to upwards of £900. Further ways to gain greater turnover plus profits would be to embrace online orders and deliveries, greater social media presence/offers and open more days and longer hours.
Ideally located in Birmingham City Centre.
Secure lease with 4 years remaining. A new lease may be negotiable.