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Five Valleys gets the prime cut with new steak restaurant

Strip, a new steak bar and grill has opened its doors to join the line-up of eateries at Five Valleys Market in Stroud.

Owner Ross Sanders brings over 20 years of experience as a seasoned CEO and food operator, with a menu created by head chef Arthur.

The menu consists of locally sourced 30 day-aged Black Angus Steak, chips, and a selection of side dishes including mac and cheese and onion strips. Strip is serving IPA's, beers and Hard Seltzers.

Ross Sanders, owner of Strip said: "The Five Valleys Market is the perfect location to bring our new business model to, it has become the food hub of the area boasting cuisines from across the globe.

"Strip complements the line-up perfectly, bringing something completely unique and new to the town whilst still keeping the artisanal feel of the rest of the Market by using locally sourced produce in our menu.

"We care about good quality food and providing a 5-star dining experience, which is why we have appointed our incredibly talented head chef Arthur, who trained at Gordon Ramsay's Culinary School, and we plan to host a diary of exciting events which we are really looking forward to announcing in the coming weeks!"

Jessica Derham, events manager at Five Valleys said: "We are thrilled forward to welcome Ross and the team at Strip to the Five Valleys Market, they have some really exciting plans that diners are going to love!"

The 40-seat restaurant joins a line-up of eateries and retailers including Master Cobbler, Falafel Mama, Non Solo Pasta, Thai 2 Go, Nova's Ice Cream Parlour, Phoenix Wines, Armadeli, La Cantina, House of Piri, Sandersons, Craghoppers, Kyuri Sushi, Cordells and BBQ Society.

The Five Valleys project was part funded by GFirst LEP and the development is owned by Dransfied Properties.

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