The musician has revealed his favourite dining spot in Buckinghamshire ahead of PennFest.

PennFest brings two days of entertainment and a star studded lineup to Penn village, including Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headlining on Friday.

Now Gallagher, who is no stranger to the county, has spoken about his fond memories of Buckinghamshire ahead of the festival.

Gallagher is no stranger to the county, although his PennFest show will be his first ever live performance in Bucks.

Bucks Free Press: Noel Gallagher live at Manchester's Heaton ParkNoel Gallagher live at Manchester's Heaton Park (Image: Sharon Latham)

The Mancunian star revealed he used to live in Bucks.

He said: “I lived there for a long time - Chalfont St Giles to be exact.

“Might pay my favourite Indian restaurant Milton’s Cottage a visit for a vindaloo!

Gallagher said in a Q&A session with PennFest he was looking forward to catching up with The Smith’s Johnny Marr, who will be onstage just before him.

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He said: “Like all the great bands they had an undefinable thing. Yes, the tunes were undeniably great - and they were amazing live - but there was “something” else. As for what that “something” was? I still don’t know.”

High Flying Birds’ fourth studio album ‘Council Skies’ with a recent single ‘Pretty Boy’ and ‘Easy Now’ is out now.

The Cure’s Robert Smith recently made a remix of ‘Pretty Boy’ after Gallagher “just asked him.”

Gallagher explained: “I never thought he’d even listen to it, far less actually agree to do it. A lovely man. He’s from The North West so I should have known he’d be cool as! I do love The Cure - one of THE great British guitar bands.”