In a street full of cafes, Kamel Restaurant in Albert Park is one that stands out from the crowd with its inventive menu and comical spelling. A restaurant with an enduring history and a loyal clientele in the area, Kamel is well adept at serving food to the hungry Albert Park masses. The restaurant is known for its warm dining atmosphere, with dim lighting, a fireplace and an ever-present buzz of conversation coming from the candlelit tables, which definitely lends itself well to the comprehensive menu.
There is footpath trading for sixteen in a nicely enclosed area at the front of the venue. Heading inside the bar faces you with assorted seating throughout the front room. Walking through the venue out towards the lovely courtyard (which really should be the centre of attention for breakfasts) you’ll head past the well equipped commercial kitchen. Moving upstairs there is further seating that is split in to two rooms so this can be part of the main restaurant or made in to a private function space.
Kamel has a restaurant and cafe licence until midnight with a capacity of 40 which can be increased. There are seven years left on the lease made up of 3+4 with rent coming in at $1325.00 including GST. The venue is in good condition and there are no lease or equipment contracts in place so there is an extensive fittings and fixture list.
The vendor has been there many years and has decided to move on for personal reasons. Kamel suits an owner operator that wants to set up their own restaurant with their own style in a great location. The Albert Park residents love to eat out and are very loyal to their local establishments. There is all the usual information available and in this case even books. So the vendors are looking for offers in the region of $145,000 for this exclusively listed venue.