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Tomari-Gi Ramen & Karaage Chicken D.I.Y Cooking Kits To Cheer The Lockdown Blues

Tomari-Gi Ramen & Karaage Chicken D.I.Y Cooking Kits To Cheer The Lockdown Blues
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Tomari-Gi Ramen & Karaage Chicken D.I.Y Cooking Kits To Cheer The Lockdown Blues

24 April 2020

Tomari-Gi, the latest company to announce they’ll be joining the Five Valleys indoor market area, are offering customers a unique culinary experience.
Ahead of trading on the new Borough Market style Five Valleys Market later in the year, the new West Country outfit is providing everything you need to make flavour-filled and authentic Japanese soul food from the comfort of your own home. 
Sakamoto, Tomari-Gi’s little red Micra, will be available to deliver DIY Japanese food kits to residents in Stroud and the Five Valleys area from Friday May 1st. 
Tomari-Gi means hangout in Japanese and the new food to go business will be opening their doors at the Five Valleys Market once a safe resolution to the current crisis is announced. 
Until then, customers can enjoy some of the best bits of their exciting new menu in the form of DIY cooking kits, including plant-based miso ramen, pork-based miso ramen and karaage style Japanese chicken. 
Kits can be ordered via their website and delivered in biodegradable packaging from Eco Pouch with compostable pots and cutlery from Vegware, assembly instructions are provided online. 
With each online purchase the customer receives a 20% digital discount coupon, which can be applied when ordering a meal at the stall. 
Tomari-Gi look forward to hosting everyone at their Five Valleys Market hangout, showcasing their bespoke stall and sharing their expanded menu once the new market area has been launched. 
Executive chef and sushi veteran, Mixuki Lonsdale, brings a wealth of experience, having suc- cessfully curated Japanese restaurants in Barcelona and London over the last decade. With her British husband, himself a handmade Japanese noodle chef, and two local chefs making up Tomari-GI, they will bring a taste of Japan to the Cotswolds.
They’re looking forward to delivering their authentic offering to the people of Stroud, and the surrounding area. 
Centre Manager at Five Valleys Dionne Moore said: “Tomari-Gi’s food is amazing and we’re so excited that they’ll be joining our new indoor market area at Five Valleys along with a line up of other great local traders. 
“Obviously building work at the centre has been halted for now, but there is lots happening in the background and we can’t wait to see our plans progressing soon to deliver this fantastic new market.”
For details of how to order visit the Tomari-Gi website at  

For further information, contact:-

Public Relations Department, Dransfield Properties Ltd
Tel: 01226 360644