Iconic Bristol Harbourside cafe famous for its bacon sandwiches goes up for sale

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It has been a city landmark since the 1980s

One of the best known cafes in Bristol has been put up for sale.

Brunel’s Buttery at Wapping Wharf in the Harbourside has been a landmark since it opened more than 40 years ago.

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The cafe and takeaway was opened in the early 1980s by Colin Nutt and his wife, Joan. Colin died in 2022 and it has been run by a new team since.

But now the iconic cafe famous for its doorstep bacon sandwiches and homemade cakes has been put on the market.

Brunel's Buttery has been open since the 1980sBrunel's Buttery has been open since the 1980s
Brunel's Buttery has been open since the 1980s

Located three metres from the water between the M Shed museum and the SS Great Britain, the cafe is on the market with an asking price of between £200k-£500k including stock and the rent is £27,000 per annum. 

The cafe, which is believed to be on the market due to ill health, has a preparation kitchen and storage area and no other cafe can trade from an area of 200 metres.

For more information about the sale, click here.

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