Real Radio's David Ditchfield - My Favourite 5

Real Radio Breakfast Show host David Ditchfield, aka Ditchy, can be heard on the radio every weekday morning. But when the 34-year-old, who lives in Stockport, gets time out of his schedule he loves to eat out near his home.

Real Radio Breakfast Show host David Ditchfield, aka Ditchy, can be heard on the radio every weekday morning. But when the 34-year-old, who lives in Stockport, gets time out of his schedule he loves to eat out near his home. Here he reveals his top five

Ristorante Benvenuti318 London Road, Hazel Grove, SK7 4RF, 0161 483 9605This place has to be my number one, it’s just around the corner from where I grew up and it is like a little bit of Italy in The Grove. This is restaurant run by an Italian family - no fake accents here. There is loads of Italian football memorabilia on the walls and of course, most importantly, the food is superb authentic Italian cooking. The pasta is amazing, easily my favourite restaurant.Cabbage HallForest Road, Little Budworth, CW5 9ES, 01829 760292Cabbage Hall’s just off the A49 near Tarporley and the gaffer is chef patron Robert Kisby. They have won three regional awards and a best newcomer nomination in the 2008 Northern Hospitality Awards and we went for a very posh lunch. We had luxury fish and chips which, at �17 a pop, was expensive but well worth it. It’s a lovely setting too, especially if it’s sunny as you can sit out in the amazing grounds and enjoy your food. Well worth a visit.Albert’s ShedCastle Street, Castlefield, Manchester, M3 4LZ, 0161 839 9818This is in a great setting. I love this place not only for the great food but for its history because it actually used to be a shed, owned by Albert! There are loads of pictures all over the walls of the shed’s transformation. I can remember it when it was that shed. I had the Sunday lunch and let me tell you, my mum does the best Sunday lunch ever, but Albert’s Shed comes second. That’s a real honour.RossoSpring Gardens, Manchester, M2 2BG, 0161 832 1400This is the celeb-hangout in Manchester and well worth a visit if you want to impress the other half. There’s always a footballer or someone off the television in there. There is great Italian food, they look after you and make you feel a bit posh. If you fancy splashing out try the Tonno Alla Puttanesca, tuna to me and you, it’s lovely.NobinLondon Road, Hazel Grove, SK7 4RF, 0161 483 9991‘Nobin’ is a cracking little Indian restaurant in Hazel Grove on London Road. It’s the first place I ever tasted a curry back in 1990. They give great service, have friendly staff and they have won loads of awards, including Best Curry House, over the years. You can even enjoy a Christmas Day curry here. I love it!

Ristorante Benvenuti318 London Road, Hazel Grove, SK7 4RF, 0161 483 9605

This place has to be my number one, it’s just around the corner from where I grew up and it is like a little bit of Italy in The Grove. This is restaurant run by an Italian family - no fake accents here. There is loads of Italian football memorabilia on the walls and of course, most importantly, the food is superb authentic Italian cooking. The pasta is amazing, easily my favourite restaurant.

Cabbage HallForest Road, Little Budworth, CW5 9ES, 01829 760292

Cabbage Hall’s just off the A49 near Tarporley and the gaffer is chef patron Robert Kisby. They have won three regional awards and a best newcomer nomination in the 2008 Northern Hospitality Awards and we went for a very posh lunch. We had luxury fish and chips which, at �17 a pop, was expensive but well worth it. It’s a lovely setting too, especially if it’s sunny as you can sit out in the amazing grounds and enjoy your food. Well worth a visit.

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Albert’s ShedCastle Street, Castlefield, Manchester, M3 4LZ, 0161 839 9818

This is in a great setting. I love this place not only for the great food but for its history because it actually used to be a shed, owned by Albert! There are loads of pictures all over the walls of the shed’s transformation. I can remember it when it was that shed. I had the Sunday lunch and let me tell you, my mum does the best Sunday lunch ever, but Albert’s Shed comes second. That’s a real honour.

RossoSpring Gardens, Manchester, M2 2BG, 0161 832 1400

This is the celeb-hangout in Manchester and well worth a visit if you want to impress the other half. There’s always a footballer or someone off the television in there. There is great Italian food, they look after you and make you feel a bit posh. If you fancy splashing out try the Tonno Alla Puttanesca, tuna to me and you, it’s lovely.

NobinLondon Road, Hazel Grove, SK7 4RF, 0161 483 9991

‘Nobin’ is a cracking little Indian restaurant in Hazel Grove on London Road. It’s the first place I ever tasted a curry back in 1990. They give great service, have friendly staff and they have won loads of awards, including Best Curry House, over the years. You can even enjoy a Christmas Day curry here. I love it!

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