THE former Two Fat Ladies restaurant premises in Glasgow City Centre have now been sold, having been under offer on three separate occasions.

The premises were sold off at an asking price of offers of more than £195,000, property agent CDLH noted.

Peter Darroch, the CDLH director who handled the sale, said: “The Two Fat Ladies was a superb business but is more suited to an owner-operator, as opposed to the seller, who operates other businesses, including the excellent Buttery restaurant within the city centre.”

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The Herald reports that the purchase was made by a property investor, who intends to lease the premises out.

CDLH said: “The sale has taken some time as the premises have been under offer on three separate occasions during the marketing process.”

The company added: “The premises are a fully fitted and equipped restaurant, with seating for approximately 30 persons.

“The premises are located close to Blythswood Square, within the traditional business district of the city centre.”

Darroch also said: “The Two Fat Ladies, historically, was a high turnover unit, albeit operated from a relatively restricted trading area.

“The location is good, able to draw trade from tourists and the traditional nearby night-time licensed circuits.