Dalkey's Guinea Pig Restaurant has been put on the market by CBRE estate agents with offers sought in excess of €850,000.
The property was put up for sale following the decision of the owners, the Stewart family, to retire from the business they have operated since 1978. It extends to a total area of approximately 383 square metres and also comprises of two overhead apartments, which are currently let and producing an income of €23,000 per annum, reports The Irish Times.
Chef-proprietor Mervyn Stewart, said: "We’re not in wind-down mode at all. It’s business as usual until we get the right price. We’ll probably be here till the end of the year."
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"This is a unique opportunity for an owner occupier or investor to acquire a well renowned restaurant building with a secure residential income stream," commented Christine McGowan, surveyor of CBRE retail department.