first nations carvings hanging on wall
Chief August Jack holding young child
vintage photo of women next to salada tea and tomahawk sign
First Nations carvings displayed on top of kitchen window
Tomahawk restaurant in the early 1920s

About tomahawk

Our Story

"The community built the restaurant, and the restaurant built the community."

Welcome to our house. The Tomahawk Restaurant, established in 1926, has endured and succeeded in preserving its fine quality and family dining. At the Tomahawk, we believe in doing things the old-fashioned way - with care, attention to detail, and a commitment to quality that is unmatched in the industry.

smiling owner in collared shirt and tie

History richer than its food. Experience Tomahawk, the Chamberlain legacy - family, celebration, appreciation, and community. Deep dive our history and learn more about us here.

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Turning surplus food into sustainable, affordable meals with Too Good To Go

Tomahawk is dedicated to combating food waste and fostering sustainability. In collaboration with Too Good To Go, we strive to rescue unsold food and reduce the annual 2.5 billion tonnes of waste. Our mission is to transform surplus food into accessible, affordable meals, contributing to a greener planet and fostering mindful consumption.

250+ meals saved with too good to go