Under the ownership of Ahmed Chowdhury since 1987, this is the first time this unique cellar restaurant and bar has been available in over 30 years, as Mr Chowdhury has made the decision to retire.
The property is superbly located on Melsom Street, in the heart of Bath City Centre and currently trades as an Indian restaurant however, there is potential to convert the site into a café, bar or restaurant.
The city is very popular for short breaks and attracts a huge number of tourists throughout the year. As such, the sale of Bengal Brasserie is an excellent opportunity to acquire a centrally located leasehold business on a long ‘free of tie’ agreement, with 14 years remaining and a rent of only £16,500 per annum.
Marc Blackford, Associate Director in Christie & Co’s Hospitality team, who is handling the sale, comments, “Licensed leasehold businesses rarely become available in Bath City Centre, so this is an ideal opportunity to acquire a well-sized restaurant with plenty of potential for conversion, in a prime location and with low rent.”
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