L'Auberge restaurant, the "Inn" in French, is operating for dinner as a provincial restaurant, cafe and wine bar. Currently open 7 nights a week the restaurant can hold 35 customers in it 3 dining areas (previous owner have fitted 60 seats) each with an open fireplace. A fourth dining room is used as storage but can increase the dining space of about 10. Outside, a verandah surrounds 3/4 of the building allowing for al-fresco dining. A beer garden in located at the back and fitted with two large timber picnic tables. The business has a liquor licence, large cool room & keg lines. Merchandizing and website can be transferred to the new owners. All equipement is included in the sale, please call us for a list.
50 sqm dwelling with ensuite in the attic
360 views of kitchen and dining available upon request.
Equipment includes coffee machine, pots and pans, cutlery and glassware, robo-coupes processors, meat slicer, glass washer, ice machine, gelato machine (to be negotiated), gelato freezer, cold bench, bain marie, trolleys, tables and chairs and more...
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