Busy Edinburgh fish and chip takeaway lease in city centre now up for grabs

The restaurant is now up for grabs
The restaurant is now up for grabs -Credit:RightBiz

A unit that was formerly occupied by Cafe Piccante has become available in the city centre.

The former lease holder occupied as a fish and chip shop and is located on the south side of East Norton Place. RightBiz are currently advertising the listing with a leasehold price of £25,000 and an annual rent of £18,000 being asked.

They describe the unit as being in an "excellent" trading location with potential to adapt for a variety of cuisine.

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The location of the venue benefits from a good level of footfall as well as being on one of Edinburgh’s busiest routes.

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The listing on RightBiz reads: "This property offers an ideal opportunity for an operator to take on a full class three hot food takeaway in an enviable trading location close to Edinburgh city centre.

"Previously operating as a fish and chip shop, the premises are still equipped as such but could be utilised for any number of offerings. There is a pizza oven, kebab skewer, selection of refrigeration along with chipper and peeler.

"The property is close to the junction with Easter Road and is not far from Meadowbank Retail Park. The Abbeyhill area in which the unit is situated is just one mile east of Edinburgh city centre, not far from Leith Walk whilst the likes of Arthur’s Seat, Holyrood Palace and the Royal Mile are all reachable within a 15 minute stroll".

You can read the full listing here.