Cafe to let go Located at Georgetown,Penang. Tourism location with surrounding with hotels & Airbnb.
- Running Cafe that’s equipped with all kitchenware, drink desk, cooking equipment.
- We hired mural artist for mural painting, concept of heritage.
- Best location with best rental at only RM1800 per month. lowest rental in Georgetown.
- Heritage shop with two toilet, two floors. two storerooms.
- 15 tables that can fit 50-60 people in the shop.
- One fridge included, and kitchenware.
- Cooking suppliers contact could be provided.
- Social media for marketing is all well manage, will be provided too.
Everything is ready, just hop in and start your own business with small capital.
Owner wish to let go to migrate. new owner can straight away run the business.
After MCO, people will go around in Malaysia, Best investment in Georgetown!!
Business seek for: Full sale of business
Percentage of stake: 100%
Selling Price/Loan Amount: MYR 45,000
Established From: 2020
Category: Sector & Category FOOD & BEVERAGE, MALAY FOOD RESTAURANT
No. of Employees 01
Legal Entity Sole Proprietorship / Sole Trader
Annual Turnover MYR 0
Annual EBITA MYR 0
Physical Assets Value MYR 60,000
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