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Business Code: M2011

Key Features: Takeaway - Asian - Sydney CBD - Profit $2,235 p.w - Est 21 yrs

State: NSW

Suburb: Sydney, 2000

Location: Situated in shopping arcade in large office building of Sydney CBD.

Description

Takeaway selling Chinese / Malaysian hot food. - Has a large hot food bar which serves a large selection of food usually 22 trays daily and also serves fresh cooking by customers orders from a menu. - Open kitchen. - 22 seats inside and outside. - Figures shown are current from May 2021. Weekly sales were $10,000 before Covid-19 with profit of $4,000 p.w.

Summary

  • Features: Well established for 21 years. - Good reputation. - High margins. - Low rent with long lease. - Short trading hours. - Sale price has had a large reduction.
  • Potential: Ideal for family business. - Could open Saturday. - Add home delivery
  • Premises: Well presented shop with an area of 35 m2.
  • Trading Hours: 5 days - 8:30 a.m.- 3 p.m.
  • Lease: 8 years lease commenced 30th Sept. 2015 + 8 years option. - 3.6% annual increases. - 3 months bond.
  • Employees: 2 owners + one chef + 2 part time servers.
  • Comments:

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$7,500

Cost of Goods

$1,875

Gross Profit

$5,625

Rent

$945

Wages

$2,000

Outgoings

$50

Telephone

$10

Insurance

$30

Electricity

$200

Gas

$155

Total Expenses

$3,390

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$3,500

Net Profit

$2,235

Price

$148,000

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Takeaway - Chinese - Asian Cuisine

Business Code: M2011
Price: $148,000
+ Estimated SAV $3,500

Key Features: Takeaway - Asian - Sydney CBD - Profit $2,235 p.w - Est 21 yrs

State: NSW

Suburb: Sydney, 2000

Location: Situated in shopping arcade in large office building of Sydney CBD.

Description

Takeaway selling Chinese / Malaysian hot food. - Has a large hot food bar which serves a large selection of food usually 22 trays daily and also serves fresh cooking by customers orders from a menu. - Open kitchen. - 22 seats inside and outside. - Figures shown are current from May 2021. Weekly sales were $10,000 before Covid-19 with profit of $4,000 p.w.

Summary

  • Features: Well established for 21 years. - Good reputation. - High margins. - Low rent with long lease. - Short trading hours. - Sale price has had a large reduction.
  • Potential: Ideal for family business. - Could open Saturday. - Add home delivery
  • Premises: Well presented shop with an area of 35 m2.
  • Trading Hours: 5 days - 8:30 a.m.- 3 p.m.
  • Lease: 8 years lease commenced 30th Sept. 2015 + 8 years option. - 3.6% annual increases. - 3 months bond.
  • Employees: 2 owners + one chef + 2 part time servers.
  • Sale Reason: Retirement after 19 years.
  • Comments: Misc.- 1 - general business expenses. - First time on market after 21 years. - Keen vendor needs retirement. - Full training and cooking recipes will be provided. - All business records will be shown on appointments. - Inspection must be through brokers.

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Weekly Summary

Figures include GST unless stated otherwise

Weekly Takings

$7,500

Cost of Goods

$1,875

Gross Profit

$5,625

Rent (ex GST)

$945

Wages

$2,000

Outgoings

$50

Telephone

$10

Insurance

$30

Electricity

$200

Gas

$155

Total Expenses

$3,390

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$3,500

Net Profit

$2,235

Price

$148,000
+ Estimated SAV $3,500

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