Syrup of Soot, 38 Museum Street, London, WC1A 1LP
The premises occupy an attractive single fronted unit and is arranged over ground floor and basement. The ground floor benefits from a bar servery, main trading area comprising approximately 20 covers and WC’s. There is outside seating and the basement consists of a kitchen and additional trading area that can be used for private functions and storage.
Total 68 sq m, 732 sq ft
The premises are located on Museum Street, close to the junction with New Oxford Street in Bloomsbury. The area benefits from high footfall and has numerous tourist attractions, offices and residents in the vicinity. Local operators include Pizza Express, Flight Club, the Museum Tavern, Bibimbab Cafe, Prezzo and a number of independent operators. In addition to this the British Museum is located close by.
The premises is held on a lease with approximately 8 years remaining. The passing rent is £40,000 pax, subject to five yearly rent reviews.
The premises benefit from A1 planning permission.
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