Description About This Posting: Restaurant Franchise
Attractive Turn Key Asian Franchise Cafe w/ Espresso/Tea Bar-All New Build Out-Excellent Reviews
Asking Price: Offered At $150,000
Location: Los Angeles County
Annual Revenue: $802,560
Annual Cash Flow: Contact For Info
Monthly Rent: $8,900 with cams
Full service Asian restaurant franchise with to go food counter and coffee/tea/juice bar located in a new shopping center. Handsomely furnished with quartz table tops, wood tile floors and designer lighting. Light and bright throughout with seating for 98 people. Offering dine in and to go service. Serving quality food with excellent reviews! Opened in May 2017 after over a year of construction. Very popular with locals, business clientele and police and fire employees. They also host several local schools for fundraisers. Features all new electrical, plumbing, HVAC, grease trap, walk in cooler & freezer, 20ft hood and cook line. This center offers 24 hour security, ample parking and increasing traffic. Monthly franchise fees are $3000 a month plus an additional $400 a month for marketing regardless of sales. Transfer fee is $13,000 and includes 2 to 3 weeks of in store training. Sales are growing as the center gains new occupants and customers monthly. This is currently an absentee owner operation and sellers are selling due to other business obligations. Delivery service with Door Dash, GrubHub etc
Established: May 2017
Current Owner: 2017
Reason For Sale: Other Interests
Monthly Revenue: $66,680
Monthly Cash Flow:
Annual Revenue: $802,560
Annual Cash Flow: Contact For Info
Payroll: Contact For Info
Monthly Revenue: $62,000
To get more information about this Restaurant Franchise business for sale in
Los Angeles County please phone Steve Zimmerman (Intermediary, Broker - BRE License #:01310250) at 415-945-9701 - if you get
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Restaurant Franchise, to ask any questions or request an appointment to see this
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