1a The Royal Exchange, Cornhill, London, EC3V 3LL
The unit comprises the former Imperial City restaurant that traded there for a number of years – it is arranged at basement level with fabulous original brick vaulted ceiling. It is accessed via a ground floor entrance on Cornhill; the landlord has the opportunity & planning permission to increase the ground floor entrance. Further details on request.
This restaurant unit forms part of the magnificent Grade I listed Royal Exchange, located adjacent to Bank underground station, the Bank of England and the much talked about Ned (hotel, multi-restaurant and bar venue) operated by Soho House.
The premises benefits from a flexible A4/A3 planning.
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