STOCKTON Heath’s Bistrot Pierre has unveiled its new look in time for Valentine's Day.

The London Road French restaurant, which has been in the village for eight years, has been given a new colour scheme, lighting and wall art and fittings.

Warrington Guardian photographer Dave Gillespie was invited to take these exclusive images before the bistrot re-opened to the public on Friday after a six-day refurb.

Carolina Navarrete, general manager said: “I can’t think of a better way for us to celebrate our eighth birthday than our restaurant getting a revamp.

“We’ve built up a loyal following in Stockton Heath and we have fantastic relationships with our customers, who I’m sure will be just as excited by the refurb as we are.

Rob Beacham, co-founder of Bistrot Pierre, added: “Stockton Heath is a special location for us.

“We pride ourselves on creating authentic and relaxed settings for our customers and we are committed to retaining a sense of individuality at each one of our bistrots.

“The new look will retain our signature charm while providing a fresh, new update for one of our much-loved restaurants.

“I am sure that our diners are as excited for the new look as we are and we can’t wait for everyone to see their authentic yet contemporary bistrot.”

The Valentine's menu features specials like sparkling Veuve Devienne rosé, boeuf bourguignon maison and a special passion fruit crème brûlée.