Indian Restaurants for sale in High Wycombe

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It has been reported that the nation's favourite dish is chicken tikka masala a testimony to the popularity of Indian cooking. One of the first Indian Restaurants, Veeraswamy of London, was established in 1926.

Curry orginates from the southern Asian region and each province boasts a variety of dishes to tempt the palette. Indian curries include curries, from Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Pakistani curries are renowned especially from Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh and Balochistan. Thousands of different styles some upmarket others offering an inclusive "all you can eat" experience.

Generally open evenings only, a gross profit of 70 % is achievable.


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'Thank you to Mr Leonard and the team, I have know Nationwide Businesses from old and from the moment you came to see my Indian Restaurant I knew that you are the agents for me. In 9 days I received 3 offers and completed the transaction in 8 weeks, Thank you!!! - May 2017'