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Must Go! - Japanese Restaurant in NW Houston

Listing Number: 76931-386998


This Japanese restaurant was established in 2007 on a very busy street in Northwest of Houston. It has been known in the area as quality food at low prices. The restaurant offers perfectly exquisite sushi and Robata grill dishes with signature entrees such as the Hamachi Ceviche and Miso Chilean Sea Bass. For non-sushi lovers, they can enjoy the tantalizing Angus NY Garlic Steak, Hot Rock Beef with Certified Angus Beef.

With chic Japanese decor, flowing waterfalls and modern ambiance, it provides a relaxing, yet elegant and warm atmosphere for customers to enjoy the elegant food in the elegant restaurant.

The facility of 5,600 SQFT provides total 216 seats. 113 seats in the main dining area and sushi bar; 32 seats in the bar and lounge area and 39 seats in two private rooms (one with 25 seats, another one with 14 seats), plus a patio area that can sit 32 people outside.

The revenue was $829,748 with about $25,000 of Seller Discretionary Earnings (SDE)in 2020 even under the impact of Covid-19. the revenue of first 7 months in 2021 was $556,022 . It is projected for $1 million revenue with about $75,000 SDE in whole year of 2021.

One of the two owners are retiring, so they decided to sell the restaurant to someone who can keep growing the business. A rare opportunity to buy an elegant restaurant at a low price.

Listing Details

  • Price: $ 48,000
  • Down Payment: $48,000
  • Sellers Discretionary Earnings: $ 75,000
  • Total Sales: $ 1,000,000
  • Location: Harris County, Texas

  • Inventory: $ 5,000
  • FF&E: $ 75,000
  • Employees: 9
  • Year Established: 2007
  • Reason for Selling: Owner Retiring
  • Category: Restaurants
Must Go! - Japanese Restaurant in NW Houston

Business Listed By:

Austin Zhao, M&AMI, CM&AP, CBI & BCA
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