Buy a Restaurant in South London or offer your Restaurant for sale.
Nationwide Businesses is one of the largest UK business transfer agents.
We are pleased to be offering Businesses For Sale in South London including
Fast Food Restaurants, Restaurants
and other businesses
for over 50 years. If you are looking to sell a Restaurant in
South London, visit our
Selling a Business
section for a free no obligation valuation.
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Fast Food Restaurant, Restaurant plus Takeaway in South London
Attractive Licensed Restaurant / Coffee Shop (Catering At Present For Pizzas, Sandwiches, Light Meals, Pasta, Salads, Teas & Coffees), Situated in a parade, main road trading position, sought after residential area, not far fromTube Station, SOUTH EAST LONDON
Currently under offer or sold businesses in South London
The following businesses for sale are already sold subject to
contract, please register your interest and we will contact you if for any
reason they come back on the market.
Food Service Businesses in Lewisham, South London. More Details 2.
Food Service Businesses in Mortlake, South London. More Details 3.
Food Service Businesses in New Cross, South London. More Details 4.
Food Service Businesses in Norbury, South London. More Details 5.
Food Service Businesses in Peckham, South London. More Details 6.
Food Service Businesses in Penge, South London. More Details 7.
Food Service Businesses in Putney, South London. More Details
Why choose one of our Restaurants for Sale in South London?
Buy or sell a Restaurant using Nationwide Businesses marketing and sales expertise in selling businesses throughout the UK. Our 50 years of expertise in selling this kind of business is why we are first choice agents.
When purchasing or selling a business you need an experienced commercial solicitor, you do not want to be paying them to learn on the job, Nationwide Businesses has a panel of expert solicitors to help you with the purchase / sale.
The catering industry has continued to enjoy popular growth throughout all stages of the economic cycle. A typical high street may have bakeries, coffee shops, fast food establishments and restaurants where patrons can choose the culinary experience their socio economic group desire.
A career caterer’s working day has natural busy periods, but with good preparation and flexible staffing gross profits of 70% plus are achievable. Many caterers maximise revenue generated against premises costs developing a takeaway service to compliment their high street presence, some even offering a home or office delivery option. Outside catering including corporate buffets provide another lucrative income stream, and, diversify risk.
Running a catering business is a dynamic venture which, when conscientiously managed, can achieve significant financial rewards.