Tomahawk Steakhouse is to open its first London restaurant on the former Jamie Oliver Fifteen site in Westland Place, Hoxton.
The restaurant will open its doors on its eleventh restaurant on Thursday 3 December. The Caterer reported that the brand was planning to take on the site earlier this year.
Owner and founder, Howard Eggleston, said: "When it comes to venues and growing the business, Tomahawk is a company that pushes boundaries, we always have been. Expansion plans and potential site visits have not stopped even in the lockdown. We must keep our heads high and keep up momentum otherwise we stop, and we just won't accept that."
Eggleston said the urban warehouse-style building complemented the Tomahawk branding. He added: "We have given the whole venue a new lease of life and it looks fantastic. The interior has had a complete redesign being fitted out with additional booth seating and table plans set up in accordance with government guidelines so whether it's a local neighbourhood couple coming for dinner or groups of six there are spaces for all.
"The lockdown is a tricky situation to navigate in any industry, but if the people of London are as frustrated as we are, I'm sure they will welcome a new kid on the Hoxton block."
The steak restaurant and cocktail bar will offer a wide selection of starters and sides to accompany its Himalayan Salt dry-aged steaks seven days a week. The chain also offers Sunday lunch, steak sharing boards and a melting chocolate Tomahawk bombe dessert.
Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant closed last year after the collapse of the celebrity chef's restaurant portfolio.