A Glasgow restaurant has been put on the market less than a year after opening in the city.

The opportunity has arisen to purchase South African eatery BRU, located on Dumbarton Road.

BRU opened its doors to customers in January in the unit which used to house Broken Pony Bar and St Louis Cafe and was known for its brunches, small plates and traditional desserts. 

Now the owner has listed the business with a leasehold price of £49,500. 

It is described as a "great opportunity to acquire a popular bar restaurant in Glasgow’s thriving West End" with a highly visible main road location. 

Glasgow Times:

The venue benefits from full class-3 hot food consent and an alcohol license from 11am to midnight every day. 

It has been fitted out to provide a bright and modern open-plan layout and can seat 44 covers inside and a further 12 on the south-facing pavement.

The listing adds: "This café bar is ideally suited to either being owner-managed or being part of a larger group with full and part-time staff.

"Business, leasehold interest, fixtures & fittings for sale at offers over £89,000 plus stock at valuation."

Glasgow Times: Bradley PotteronBradley Potteron (Image: Newsquest)

When Bradley Potteron opened BRU earlier this year he aimed to bring some of his favourite childhood dishes from South Africa and combine them with a Glaswegian twist. 

He previously told the Glasgow Times: “We want to get to know people from the community and for them to get to know us.

“A lot has changed from when the place was for the Broken Pony or the St Louis, but even though it looks different it's still a great place to come for a relaxed drink that feels warm and welcome.

“It’s all about good food, good service and making people happy.”

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