The parmo has a new fan.
Liam Gallagher sampled Teesside's much-loved dish at The Bay Horse in Hutton Rudby over the weekend.
The former Oasis frontman had been visiting the pretty Yarm village after travelling to the region to attend a wedding.
The picture emerged on social media over the course of today.
He was also the very first guest at nearby Rudby Hall - a former royal residence now operating as an exclusive private venue.
Whilst staying at Rudby Hall he wrote in the guest book: “Can’t remember a thing, so must have had a good time. Top gaff, nice people.”
His girlfriend Debbie Gwyther added: “Stayed here for few nights for a friend’s wedding. Great hospitality, brilliant nights’ sleep and an ace breakfast to top it off....perfect!”
The grand grade II* listed hall started offering luxury bed and breakfast accommodation this weekend following a conservation and refurbishment project to restore it to its former glory.
Wendy Desiles of Rudby Hall said: “We are delighted to unveil Rudby Hall in all its glory to the public for the first time since it was built in 1838 as a royal residence for the daughter of King William IV Lady Amelia Cary and her husband the 10th Viscount Falkland.
“To have the pleasure to welcome Liam Gallagher to the hall as our first bed and breakfast guest was a real honour."
A spokeswoman from The Bay Horse declined to comment this afternoon.