Malad West Based Running Cafe Franchise For Sale

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Listing IDSL007170 Asking Price (in INR) INR 12.50 Lac Last Year TurnoverAvailable on request EBITDA/ Operating Margin % Available on request

Business Details


Pizza, Pasta, Chaats, Maggie, Rice Bowls, Kebabs, Chole Kulcha, Lassi, Baked Rolls, Sandwiches, Breakfast Items and more Milk Shakes, Cold Coffees, Pearl Tea, Ice Tea, French Fries, Waffles and more


College Students, Corporate, families


The premise is located at Sunder Nagar, Malad West.
Carpet area is 350 sqft inside and 150 sqft outside.
Seating capacity is 15-19 people at a time.
Monthly rent is INR 55,000 and the Security Deposit is INR 3 Lakhs.


This business was started in 2019.
Per day customer footfall is 12-15.
Monthly sale is approx INR 1 lakh.
It is right at the happening spot with colleges, corporate House and densely populated area. Sunder Nagar is a small, posh area lying within the suburban region of Malad–Goregaon in Mumbai, India.
USP of our business is The Franchisee has the freedom to innovate/add other food items to increase the revenue and aren’t restricted to the brand menu.
As there is media college next to us lot of Media students book our cafe for shoots at a fixed amount of 1,000INR and also provide credits for our restaurant. So one way of free marketing and visibility.
Also, we are giving our cafe for small Birthday parties and corporates with a fixed amount of minimum 5,000INR..
It has the potential of reaching 10,000 per day sales with the right marketing, quality of food and customer service.
Asking price is in the range of INR 12.50- 13 lakh negotiable


Brand Franchise Fees Lifetime of 5 Lakhs, Interiors and Set up Cost of 2.8 Lakhs, Machinery of 3 Lakhs, Furniture & Lightings, Licenses F&B, Outer Area usage, Growing Business

IndustryCafe & Fast Food Joint LocationMumbai
Total Views748 Last Active6 days ago
Entity typeSole Proprietorship Started in 2019
Transaction TypeFull Sale
ReasonWe were NRI from the past 16 years and we shifted to India recently but is impossible for us and our kids to adjust in India.
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