A popular restaurant has been bought up by new owners.

Tummies located on Station Road, Cippenham, temporarily closed due to "unforseen circumstances" in January.

The previous owners took to Facebook on January 8 stating: "Dear Customers, We regret to inform you that The Tummies will be closed temporarily due to unforeseen circumstances.

"We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

"Thank you for your understanding."

Now eight months on it has been announced the restaurant has new owners, with a promise of "new beginnings".

On Thursday, September 28, specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co, announced that they had successfully completed the sale of Tummies.

Established in 1988, the restaurant was a long-time favourite amongst locals and visitors.

The business has been purchased by a local investor, which brings a ray of hope to Slough’s culinary scene as they will be seeking a new tenant to reinvigorate the restaurant.

The new owner, Amol Khullar, who runs the successful nearby business Cosi Living, is excited by the opportunity this new acquisition represents.

Amol said: “We look forward to speaking to a range of operators to invest and reopen this key site in Slough. It has been a beloved restaurant for years and we hope that it will continue on with us as the new owners.”

The restaurant is located in a busy area near Slough Trading Estate, and has been described as a "blank canvas" and an "exciting opportunity" for the right individual.

Tim Widdows, Associate Director at Christie & Co who handled the sale, added: “We were delighted with the response to this property and had several offers from operators keen to take advantage of this large and exciting space.”

Tummies was sold off the freehold guide price of £2,500,000.