Description About This Posting: Poke And Ramen Restaurant
Serving Poke, Ramen and Boba & Teas.
Restaurant with Great Location with Walmart & Subway in the same Shopping Center.
Ample Parking in Center with other nationally recognized tenants.
Busy, Turn-Key restaurant has good Yelp reviews scoring over 100 reviews with 4.5 Stars!
Hours are from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm 6 days a week, closed Sundays.
Opening Sunday is Extra Potential for Increasing Sales.
Food costs average 30%, Rent is $4000, Size 1800 sq. ft., Credit Card Fees $500, Payroll $5000, 2 full time and 3 part time employees.
To get more information about this Poke And Ramen Restaurant business for sale in
Orange County please phone Tak Funaki (Broker - BRE License #:01995716) at 562-402-2686 and 424-488-9266 - if you get
voicemail please leave a detailed message - make sure you mention you
saw this posting/ad #258598 on BizBen.com. In addition to phoning
Tak Funaki, make sure you email Tak Funaki above to get more info about this
Poke And Ramen Restaurant, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
business for sale. Thank you.
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