Hollywood icon Robert De Niro enjoyed a meal at a Halifax restaurant yesterday evening - this is what we know about his time in Halifax.
The global superstar arrived for a feast at Ricci's Place on Crossley Street. You can check out a video of the actor arriving at the restaurant.
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It's not everyday that a Hollywood megastar dines at a restaurant in Halifax town centre and it certainly took everybody by surprise.
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The owners of Ricci's Place said it was 'an honour' to host Hollywood superstar Robert De Niro.
Husband and wife Michael and Olivia Ricci, who run the restaurant, kept booking a secret from staff, friends and family for six weeks.
"It was an honour," Michael said, "he was such a lovely, lovely man. Very down to earth."
The Raging Bull and Godfather icon is well-known for his love of great food and great wine, and his movies are no different, be it when ordering 'black coffee, apple pie and a slice of melted yellow cheese' in 1976's Taxi Driver, or slicing garlic 'razor-thin' in prison in 1990's Goodfellas.
So what does a global icon eat on a visit to Calderdale? We spoke to Ricci's Place owner Michael Ricci, who designed a specially-prepared menu inspired by De Niro's life and times.
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