Buyer seeking Asian Restaurant, Chinese, Japanese, egg roll or fusion, preferably profitable. Will consider any good location in DFW, but prefers Grapevine, Southlake and HEB area. Looking for independent, but will consider Franchise opportunities.
Below are the characteristics of a target business for this Buyer seeking Asian Restaurant:
- quick casual service or counter service
- takeout, delivery or eat-in
- annual sales of $300,000 to $1,000,000
- prefer profitable
- seats 10-40
- drive through is a positive
- looking for cities listed above but will consider others
- will consider independent, franchise and conversion opportunities
This entrepreneur states that they are able to move quickly on the right transaction. They state that they bring the following resources to the table:
- business owner seeking Asian Restaurant
- Open to all Asian concepts
- liquid funds $1,000,000+, net worth $1,000,000++
- Ability to borrow SBA 7a loan
- ability to supply experienced management
For information, contact us and reference Buyer seeking Asian Restaurant MB6102
Megabite Restaurant Brokers, LLC
Phone: (817) 467-2161
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