58 Greek Street, Soho, London, W1D 3DY
The premises are arranged over ground floor and basement and has recently been refurbished to a high standard. The ground floor provides 34 covers and an open plan kitchen. The basement comprises 32 covers, bar with beer cellar, storage and WC’s. There are 4 covers externally, which are held on a licence. Ground: 39 sq m, 418 sq ft, Basement: 48 sq ft, 515 sq ft, Total: 87 sq m, 933 sq ft
The premises occupy a prominent location on Greek Street, close to the junction with Soho Square. Soho has a vibrant late night market, benefits from a high footfall of office workers, tourists and residents and is a popular 7-day trading location. Local operators include Simmons Bar, 68 and Boston, Be At One, Pillars of Hercules, the new Noble Rot and Corbin & King's new seafood restaurant Manzi's.
The premises are held on a term of 12 years from September 2012 at a passing rent of £58,000 pax, subject to 4 yearly rent reviews.
The premises benefits from A3 restaurant use.
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