The cutest little takeaway shop “Prince and Buoy” in Williamstown is for sale. With a grab and go style menu, perfect for a first-time owner-operator, this is a must see!

Just minutes from the CBD, Williamstown is home to the west’s bayside living. With both Melbournians and tourists flocking to the beaches and cafes in the spring and summer months, this is a suburb, that needs very little introduction.

Located on Nelson Place and nestled in the bosom of the previous beloved westie treasure, The Titanic Theatre Restaurant (the old Prince of Wales hotel), there you will discover a takeaway daytime café. Some of the menu items include toasted paninis, croissants, donuts, sausage rolls and pies. For drinks, customers can enjoy a good quality coffee along with the usual drinks on offer. This very much is a grab and go style takeaway business.

With a maximum diner capacity of 25 patrons, as the freehold is so small, minimal staff are required for the day-to-day operations of this business. Therefore, this is the perfect opportunity for a first-time business owner willing to run this business as an owner operator model.

This business opportunity presents with boundless potential. The lucky purchaser can apply for a liquor license and serve alcohol in the warmer months of the year. Trading hours can also be extended to make sure of Daylight savings and the summer period when Williamstown is beaming with people. There is also opportunity to make use of the local businesses and apartment complexes nearby.

Contact Nick on 0419 589 852 to find out more about this brilliant opportunity.


  • Monthly rent of $2291.66
  • Current lease until 25/02/2025 with the option to extend for a further 2 years. There is also the option to extend this lease
  • Trading hours are: Monday – Wednesday 6:30am – 1pm, Thursday – Sunday 7am-2pm
  • 9 casual staff
  • Weekly takings of $5500
  • Owner-operator
  • Caters to approximately 25 people
  • All equipment is owned and included in this sale
  • 15kg of coffee per week