Original Cha Cha Moon restaurant for sale

26 September 2016 by
Original Cha Cha Moon restaurant for sale

The flagship Cha Cha Moon restaurant in Kingly Court near London's Carnaby Street has been brought to market for £700,000 for the leasehold interest.

The restaurant opened in 2008. Originally developed by restaurateur Alan Yau, it is now owned by Kuwait-based Kout Food Group. According to Christie & Co, which is marketing the property, KFG is selling the lease to focus on other business interests.

Cha Cha Moon is a ‘fast casual' Chinese noodle bar. The premises, spread over the ground and first floors of a three-storey terrace, currently caters for 165 covers across communal tables and benches with an open kitchen to the rear.

Christie & Co is seeking offers in excess of £700,000 for the leasehold interest with all fixtures and fittings and an annual rent of £410,000. The first round of offers is sought by 25 October.

In 2008 Yau sold his Michelin-starred restaurants Hakkasan and Yauatcha to Tasameem for more than £30m, and the second Cha Cha Moon site in Whiteleys shopping centre in west London closed less than a year after opening in 2009.

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