Butternut Squash is situated on Bath Street which links Portobello High Street to the beach-front in north-east Edinburgh. The business occupies a double commercial unit formed over the ground floor within a parade of mixed commercial and residential properties.
Our clients have owned and operated Butternut Squash now for almost 7 years during which time they have built up a fantastic reputation for good quality wholesome cuisine, competitively priced, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. They have reluctantly placed the business on the market to relocate and leave behind a well established local business with a loyal following.
Due to its location just off the beach at Portobello, the business benefits from a good level of passing trade in addition to the local residents who regularly use the café/restaurant.
Offering a selection of breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas seven days a week the business also opens later on a Friday and a Saturday offering a separate dinner menu. Butternut Squash is licensed and also offers a byob policy to allow customers to bring their own wine with reasonable corkage charges. Would suit a variety of different cuisine offerings.
As well as operating as a sit-down restaurant, there is also an option for takeaway which proves popular, especially on sunny days, for customers enjoying the promenade and the beach front.
Leasehold - approximately 16 years remain on the current lease. Rent £16,900 per annum.
Note: Internal size has been estimated. Interested parties will require to satisfy themselves as to the actual square footage of the premises.
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