Little Chef, the roadside restaurant chain owned by RCapital, has placed 19 sites on the market as part of an ongoing review of its 160-strong estate. The company have made available to let eight closed Little Chefs and 11 former Burger King outlets, which are located on Little Chef sites that continue to trade. The closed sites include those in Edinburgh; Newmarket; Sheffield; and Hayle in Cornwall, while the Burger King units feature those in Ely, Suffolk; Warminster, Wiltshire; Chester; Boston; and Lincoln. Simon Chaplin, director at Christie + Co, which is marketing the sites on behalf of Little Chef, said: “Little Chef is synonymous with convenient roadside locations and while these sites have been identified as surplus to the estate and earmarked for letting by the company, that core advantage remains for prospective tenants.” As revealed by M&C Report earlier this year, the chain, which is led by Tracey Mulligan, is working with property consultant David Street, currently interim property director at Paramount Restaurants and acquisitions consultant at Novus Leisure, on its estate management strategy. It is also considering opportunities to take its updated format into high street locations, other travel destinations and leisure parks.