Smooth Radio's Terry Underhill - My Favourite 5

When Terry Underhill is not presenting for Smooth Radio he loves nothing more than eating out in our county. Here he reveals his top five restaurants

When Terry Underhill is not presenting for Smooth Radio he loves nothing more than eating out in our county. Here he reveals his top five restaurants

The Blackhouse Grill 19 Newgate Street, Chester, CH1 1DE.01244 400507. www.blackhouse.uk.com

I absolutely love the atmosphere and personality of this restaurant - the staff are always attentive and friendly and the fillet steak is the best I’ve eaten anywhere! It’s always busy but that’s what makes it such a fun place to eat.

Panama Hatty’sWhitchurch Road, Spurstow, Tarporley, CW6 9TD. 01829 260068www.panama-hatties.co.uk

Apart from the unique d�cor and style, the food is fantastic and the service always excellent. The selection of great beers is one of the best in the country - this is a fun place to eat and has never disappointed!

Wings Chinese RestaurantHeron House, 1 Lincoln Square, Manchester, M2 5LN.0161 834 9000 www.wingsrestaurant.co.uk

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Without doubt, this is the most amazing Chinese restaurant I’ve ever been to. The attention to detail is outstanding and the food is simply perfect. Even as I write this, I get excited thinking about the crispy duck served with pancakes freshly made at the table!

The Yellow Broom RestaurantTwemlow Green, Holmes Chapel, CW4 8BL. 01477 534048www.yellowbroom.co.uk

This restaurant is truly amazing - the location is perfect, the service excellent and the food inspiring. This is somewhere we go to on special occasions and arriving there with friends who have never been there before always results in the wow factor being achieved.

The Olive Press4 Lloyd Street, Manchester, M2 5AB0161 832 9090. www.theolivepress.uk.com

Another exciting restaurant that always results in a great evening. To me, eating out is about more than just the food and at The Olive Press it’s great service, great food and every time I eat there it’s perfect. 

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