Description About This Posting: Sashimi Restaurant - With Live Fish Tank
In Gardena, south bay, can you walk into a restaurant with a live fish tank and order fresh sashimi by your choice of live fish? Live Flat fish(Hirame: Kwang-Uh), aired from Korea daily delivery base! This hidden gem has been in business since 1985 under same concept of business and it has been extremely popular to Sashimi lovers.
They open only for dinner over longtime 4-10:30 PM.
Current owner, husband & wife found serious health problem for one of them in the middle of preparing to open for lunch time too with simple menus for Sushi and spicy fish soup to increase sales at least $10-15K and reduce the working hours for wife.
Most of the customers are repeat customers even from Los Angeles , especially for Corp customers.
Business is consistent.
By selling abt $30-35K monthly they can make net $7K-8K easily...it's amazing
Because of long time lease by same ownership, the rent is very reasonable.
$2,000 NNN(including everything ).
Fixed rent over 5 years with 5 year option.
Asking Price is $70,000 in full cash that includes Beer/Wine license.
No loan contingency is acceptable.
To open lunch soon they remodeled restaurant nicer and better looking plus increased new FF&E.
If new owner opens for lunch with simple menu like Sushi roll and Spicy fish soup (Mae-woon Tang) for dine in and To-go,
it may make big jump up the sales and net.
Owner will train and consult new owner from purchase of Fish and Recipes for a week free.
Buyers need to sign on NDA before showing and meeting with owner.
To get more information about this Sashimi Restaurant - With Live Fish Tank business for sale in
Gardena, LA County please phone John Lee (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01893421) at 310-617-3773 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #251676 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
John Lee, make sure you email John Lee above to get more info about this
Sashimi Restaurant - With Live Fish Tank, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale, franchise, or opportunity. Thank you.
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