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Top takeaways for Zeta

Aug 26 2005

Daily Post

 

HOLLYWOOD couple Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas have been eating in on top class takeaways throughout the summer.

A gourmet chef from their favourite seaside restaurant personally visited their £2m mansion to cook up their chosen meals.

Far from being the latest "must-have" accessory for California's super-rich, the seaside town in question is Zeta Jones's native Swansea.

The couple, and children Dylan and Carys, have been enjoying a low-key break at the luxury mansion they built in the fishing village of Mumbles.

Despite being frequently seen dining out in the area's best restaurants they also have a unique arrangement with the nearby Knights Restaurant.

Gourmet chef and owner Michael Knight, 42, was only too pleased to oblige when the couple asked whether they could order out his high class cuisine.

His highly successful restaurant serves "new world cuisine" and specialises in fish - apparently a firm favourite with the celebrity couple.

"After coming in for a meal a couple of weeks ago they came back and asked whether we could prepare meals for them when they were at home," Mr Knight said.

"I said I could do better than that and agreed to go up there and cook whenever they wanted.

"I provide them with daily menus and they give me a call when they want something. I've been up there about four or five times. They are very nice. And it is never for more than about nine people so it is hardly stressful." Catherine Zeta Jones

 
 

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