Renowned for serving the finest Himalayan salt-aged beef, including Wagyu, Tomahawk Steakhouse has perfected the art of creating specialist steak dishes for “authentic meat connoisseurs”.
Independently-owned Tomahawk, which has six restaurants in North Yorkshire and the North East, including in Newcastle and Darlington, will open its doors in March after an extensive refurbishment and fit-out of the unit previously occupied by Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
The opening at Flemingate is part of a wave of new Tomahawk restaurants in thriving northern destinations, with new venues planned in York, Harrogate and Wilmslow, Cheshire.
Tomahawk’s mouth-watering menu offers an impressive range of steaks including 8oz fillet and rump, 10oz ribeye, 12oz sirloin, 18oz Chateaubriand, a whopping 20oz porterhouse or the ultimate 36/38oz Tomahawk!
Other options include duck pancakes; salt and pepper squid; crab and lobster spring rolls; chicken katsu, plus a good selection of fish offerings and a tempting range of sides and salads.
Vegetarian and vegan dishes include roast vegetable satay; beer-battered broccoli; halloumi and mushroom burger, to name a few, and there is good range of gluten-free options on the menu.
Tomahawk Steakhouse also offers an early bird menu, with dishes including king prawn skewer, seabass fillet, 8oz rump steak, apple crumble and sticky toffee pudding.
Sunday lunches consist of roast beef Wagyu topside; belly pork with crispy crackling; and garlic and herb marinated chicken; accompanied by beef dripping roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, stuffing and seasonal vegetables.
A breakfast, lunch, and children’s menu complete the Tomahawk dining experience, accompanied by an impressive cocktail and wine selection.
“Tomahawk has an excellent reputation for the quality of the dining experience it offers to customers and is a great fit for Flemingate and Beverley.
“Tomahawk’s current and planned restaurants are all in thriving Northern cities and towns, so the decision to open in Beverley is yet another great vote of confidence in the town.
“It also means Flemingate is now almost 100% occupied, so we’re very much bucking the high street trends.”