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Business Code: W1778

Key Features: Takeaway - Korean cuisine - Inner West - Sales $11,500 p.w.

State: NSW

Suburb: Strathfield, 2135

Location: Situated on busy shopping strip, close to train station and shopping centre in Inner West.

Description

Takeaway selling a variety of fresh and tasty handmade products - udong, kimbap, duekbonggi, ramen, fried fish cakes, drinks - 12 seats inside.- Full kitchen.

Summary

  • Features: Very best location - Passing foot traffic all day - Very well known - Easy menu to learn with training available - Low food costs.(25% only)
  • Potential: Couple could save on wages and increase net profit. - add more to takeaway menu such as dumpling, steamed bread, cup fried chicken, chips and salad etc. - Suit family business.
  • Premises: This business has an area of 70 sq. mts. with a wide frontage and glass doors open to busy main road.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Mon. - Sun. - 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
  • Lease: 2 year lease from June, 2021 + 2 + 2 year options - Rent increases 4% per year - Bond 3 months.
  • Employees: Owner (doesn't work at shop) - 2 full timers + 2 part timers.
  • Comments:

Weekly Summary

Weekly Takings (inc GST)

$11,500

Cost of Goods

$2,875

Gross Profit

$8,625

Rent

$1,990

Wages

$1,800

Electricity

$215

Gas

$50

Total Expenses

$4,055

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$4,000

Net Profit

$4,570

Price

$119,000

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Takeaway - Korean Cuisine

Business Code: W1778
Price: $119,000
+ Estimated SAV $4,000

Key Features: Takeaway - Korean cuisine - Inner West - Sales $11,500 p.w.

State: NSW

Suburb: Strathfield, 2135

Location: Situated on busy shopping strip, close to train station and shopping centre in Inner West.

Description

Takeaway selling a variety of fresh and tasty handmade products - udong, kimbap, duekbonggi, ramen, fried fish cakes, drinks - 12 seats inside.- Full kitchen.

Summary

  • Features: Very best location - Passing foot traffic all day - Very well known - Easy menu to learn with training available - Low food costs.(25% only)
  • Potential: Couple could save on wages and increase net profit. - add more to takeaway menu such as dumpling, steamed bread, cup fried chicken, chips and salad etc. - Suit family business.
  • Premises: This business has an area of 70 sq. mts. with a wide frontage and glass doors open to busy main road.
  • Trading Hours: 7 days - Mon. - Sun. - 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
  • Lease: 2 year lease from June, 2021 + 2 + 2 year options - Rent increases 4% per year - Bond 3 months.
  • Employees: Owner (doesn't work at shop) - 2 full timers + 2 part timers.
  • Sale Reason: Private reasons
  • Comments: Rent includes outgoings. - Net profit based on couple working at shop full time -$2000 has been removed from wages and added to net profit. - Before Covid 19 - sales were $70,000 - $80,000 p.m. - Sales are now increasing - Motivated vendor - a must inspection - staff not aware of sale - for inspection please make an appointment through your agent.

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Weekly Summary

Figures include GST unless stated otherwise

Weekly Takings

$11,500

Cost of Goods

$2,875

Gross Profit

$8,625

Rent (ex GST)

$1,990

Wages

$1,800

Electricity

$215

Gas

$50

Total Expenses

$4,055

Estimated Stock (Additional)

$4,000

Net Profit

$4,570

Price

$119,000
+ Estimated SAV $4,000

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