Located a short walk from Brighton Pier, the restaurant offers trading space over two floors: the ground floor comprising a restaurant with a bar area seating circa 60, and the first floor offering seating for circa 40 also with a bar area which is regularly used for private events. Three separate storage rooms and an office can be found on the second floor whilst the large commercial kitchen and customer WCs are found at basement level.
James Hughes of Christie & Co’s Maidstone office is handling the sale and comments, “Almas has been operating under the current ownership for the past 10 years and this presents a perfect opportunity for a new owner to benefit from the good reputation that has been built up among both the local and wider community.
“Whether it’s a continuation of the Lebanese theme or a completely different offering, the position of the building will undoubtedly command attention from the substantial through traffic and high footfall.”
Christie & Co is seeking £125,000 for the leasehold with an annual rent of £55,000.