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VENDOR SAYS SELL!
Established restaurant & bar with great reputation ready for
you to walk in and make it your own.
Seating for 90 perfect for functions, corporate events,
meetings, weddings with regular bookings, fully equipped
modern kitchen, alfresco dining, on the doorstep of a new
114 block subdivision and foreshore caravan park - The
opportunities are endless.
WALK IN AND BUILD YOUR DREAM
$115,000 + SAV negotiable
Contact Marni today 0403 525 413
Have growing family and urgently require quality 3-4
bedroom brick veneer home with good shedding or room for sheds in
Wonthaggi. Ready to buy: Budget $380,000 to $450,000
Relocating from Melbourne and looking for a well
presented 3 bedroom home in a quiet part of Wonthaggi on a good sized
block. Has sold and ready to buy, looking to spend up to $350,000
Seeking older style house on big block in Wonthaggi.
Willing to renovate or do work. After a project. Finance approved. Budget
$210,000 - $280,000
Local couple needing to downsize and find a low
maintenance unit/townhouse in Wonthaggi. Can afford $270,000 - $310,000
These are genuine buyers and requests.
If you can assist, please don't hesitate to call us at
PBE Real Estate 5672 1833.
PBE REAL ESTATE
38-40 McBride Ave, WONTHAGGI 5672 1833
WANTED TO BUY
775 Wild Dog Valley Road, Mount Eccles
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11,
2017 at 11AM ON SITE
CONTACT: Peter Bellingham 0418 515 666
or Irene Walker 0429 045 632
• 10.53 ha/26 acres approx.
• Home: 4 bed, 1 bath
• Assorted shedding, old yards
& disused dairy
• New improvements: 5 bay
machinery shed with enclosed
OFI: SATURDAY, JAN 28,
10AM - 10.30AM
TERMS: 10% ON SIGNING
SETTLEMENT: 30 DAYS
ENDLESS opportunities await the new own-
ers of Inverloch’s established Manna Gum res-
taurant, which has recently been put on the
market by owners Sue and Greg Roylance.
After eight years of owning and running the Asian
fusion restaurant, Sue and Greg are hoping to pass
the baton onto a new owner, who will see the pos-
sibilities available from the established business.
“We’ve worked hard to establish a good client
basis,” Sue said.
“From the start, it’s been a challenge. But
we’ve got a good reputation for working hard
in the industry.”
Before turning their attention to Manna Gum,
Sue and Greg ran the Tarwin Lower pub and a
busy café in Inverloch.
Now the couple are looking to spend more
time with family, and hope to find the perfect
person to take over the business.
“Manna Gum is not just a restaurant, it’s re-
ally multi-faceted,” Sue said.
“It can host weddings, and all kinds of functions.
It’s one of the only venues around that is near the
beach, but that can cater for up to 100 people.
We’ve also held a variety of charity evenings here,
too. There’s always variety with this job.”
Over the past eight years, the couple have di-
vided their time equally in the restaurant, with
Sue predominantly working with the kitchen,
and Grey being the Front of House “and maker
of excellent coffee.”
Sue said that they pride themselves on us-
ing local produce, employing local people, and
serving up delicious food at an affordable price.
“We’ve done the hard work, and now it’s time
for someone new to take over the reins,” Sue said.
“The next person has a loyal, established cli-
entele ready for them, that they can use as a
spring board to take the business further. They
can step straight into a business that is already
functioning. You can take it and run with it as it
is, or you can put your own mark on it.”
The restaurant would be an ideal purchase
for a local business owner who is interested
in an already-established restaurant, or a sea
changer who is looking for a new life down by
the beaches of Bass Coast.
Sue and Greg said that they are happy to help
with training and guidance for the new owners,
and will be available to answer questions as
part of the handover process.
“It’s a challenging life, but the rewards are re-
ally worth it,” Sue said.
“It’s really positive to see the rewards, and
to receive such positive feedback from our
customers. Running the restaurant provides a
chance to be innovative, to source locally and
support other locals. We’ve always been push-
ing ourselves here. There are just endless pos-
sibilities for whoever takes it over.”
Make the most of Manna Gum
An established, loyal client base and a wonderful menu make the Manna Gum restaurant
an appealing buy for anyone who’s ever thought of running their own business. ms070417
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