Indian restaurant comes to the market through Christie & Co
Southern Spice, a popular Indian restaurant in the heart of the coastal market town of Hythe in Kent has been brought to the market through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.
The prominent two storey property enjoys features such as exposed beams and comprises a trading space for 60 covers over three areas, a bar and waiting area with booth seating, basement cellar, commercial kitchen and an external seating area for 20 covers. Offering modern Indian cuisines, the restaurant supports local suppliers and sources seasonal ingredient from selected farmers within the region.
The premise benefits from seven bedrooms, a kitchen and a shared bathroom on the first floor, which are currently rented out on a room by room basis.
Situated in a prominent roadside position, the restaurant is a short walk from local amenities, providing a high level of passing trade. With a mainline railway station with High Speed links into Central London and easy access to the M20 motorway, Hythe is an easily accessible location for visitors to the area.
Current owners, Ramesh & Harrie have owned Southern Spice for four years and comment, “We have enjoyed our time here and are very proud of the business we have built up from scratch, but we now feel it is time to move on and doing something new.”
James Hughes, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Maidstone office is handling the sale and comments, “Southern Spice represents a great opportunity to acquire a well established business in a prime location with consistently high footfall. With a strong and loyal following and scope to grow the business by extending opening hours, this is a perfect business opportunity.”
An asking price of £79,950 is being sought for the leasehold interest.