A NEW occupier is set to move into an empty restaurant building in a Cheshire village.

Tomahawk, in Stockton Heath, a steakhouse, closed in unexplained circumstances back in March.

To let signs were hastily put up and the eaterie closed with no notice.

The 85-cover restaurant opened back in August 2021, specialising in the ‘finest Himalayan salt dry aged heritage and rare breed steak around’.

It also offered breakfast, lunch, and Sunday sharing options, with the venue serving as a bar in the evenings.

It was formerly Bistro Pierre and Loch Fyne.

Now a new occupier has taken over with 'under offer' signs now put up.