Takeaway – Middle Eastern Cuisine

Price: $118,000 For Sale
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  • Takings (p/w): $11,100
  • Rent: $2,500
  • Net Profit: $2,600


Takeaway serving Mediterranean street food, chicken and beef shawarma, dips, falafel, wraps, salads, and drinks. – Full kitchen with exhaust and grease trap – Suit any type of takeaway food concept. – 30 seats


Can trade till midnight, so could open more hours - This business hasn't reached its potential yet - Increase social media.


Fantastic position - Easy to run - Nothing to spend - High foot traffic - Healthy concept - No experience needed - Lots of potential


Brand new modern shop with an office, toilets and an area of 80 sq.mts.


Situated at the entrance of major train station with huge foot traffic and surrounded by offices, retail and schools / universities.

Trading Hours

7 days - Mon. - Fri. -7 a.m. - 10 p.m. - Sat. - Sun. -11 a.m. - 7 p.m.


Current lease commenced Oct. 2014 - Expires Oct .2019 + 5 year option - 4% increases - 4 months bond

Sale Reason

Going overseas


1 owner + 5 casuals


This new modern business with a mezzanine level was set up from scratch in a new position with a fit out cost of $450k. - Currently operating as a franchise though no requirement to keep as this concept. - It would also suit any type of takeaway or a chicken shop - top position.This business could suit person for immigration purposes. - Training will be provided

Additional Information

Weekly Takings: $11,100
Cost of Goods: $2,900
Gross Profit: $8,200
Rent: $2,500
Outgoings: NA
Wages: $2,500
Telephone: $20
Insurance: $80
Electricity: $200
Gas: $50
Miscellaneous 1: $250
Miscellaneous 2: NA
Total Expenses: $5,600
Net Profit: $2,600
Estimated Stock: $5,000
Equipment: $150,000
Annual Turnover: $577,200
Net Profit Margin: 23.4%
Return Of Investment: 0.9 year(s)
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