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    (Original post by lustawny)
    Oh, sorry. I totally forgot that fish and chip shops sell plastic toy food that children play with.
    It would probably be more nutritious tbh. As far as national cuisine goes, British "cuisine" is a real embarrassment.
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    It would probably be more nutritious tbh. As far as national cuisine goes, British "cuisine" is a real embarrassment.
    British cooking was actually renowned as being the best in Europe. It was only since the Hanoverians came over that British cuisine suffered, becoming much more bland and simple (that was the style of cooking that the Hanoverians liked at that time).

    I think we're making a comeback, though, personally.
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    Depends on my mood but almost invariably it will between a sausage and chips or fish and chips.

    However just last week I thought 'I really fancy a fish cake'. It was delightful.
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    (Original post by lustawny)
    When I was younger, I always used to have either a savaloy and chips, or a battered jumbo sausage and chips. Now that I'm older, I really appreciate having fish when I go to the chippy - so, nowadays, I normally have battered cod or plaice, a large portion of chips and, if they do it, buttered bread to go with it. And always, always, plenty of salt and vinegar on top of it all!

    I wish they sold turbot at fish and chip shops. I've never tried it, but apparently it's got a great flavour and tastes great when it's fried in batter. It's just so expensive, though!
    regular cod, regular chips. That normally does two of us.

    have you tried rock? Rock is nice.
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    My local chippy cooks Chinese food so I normally tend to have a beef chow mein with curry sauce

    However from any other chippy I would probably have Chips and Doner kebab meat.

    Question: Does anybody else's local chip shop do battered mars bars?
    I tried it once and haven't had the stomach to try it again.


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    Battered cheeseburger, a roll, some fritters and a deep fried Mars bar. Not in the mood of chipper often though. Fishy grease under your fingernails. Might get in to your jap's eye post-dinner piss, clog up your tubes and drown all the sperm.
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    Might get in to your jap's eye post-dinner piss, clog up your tubes and drown all the sperm.
    Well that's something I've never heard before.
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    (Original post by cole-slaw)
    have you tried rock? Rock is nice.
    I haven't, actually.
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    Cod, chips and mushy peas. Sometimes gravy if I feel like it.

    Can't stand battered sausages or those cheap sausages you get in there, and the pies are usually poorly made and you can get much better from elsewhere.
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    Either sausage, fish, or fishcake and chips.
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    Double cheese burger with chips and curry sauce.

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    I normally just get a small battered cod with chips drowned in salt and vinegar

    (Original post by QueenWithNoHeart)
    My local chippy cooks Chinese food so I normally tend to have a beef chow mein with curry sauce

    However from any other chippy I would probably have Chips and Doner kebab meat.

    Question: Does anybody else's local chip shop do battered mars bars?
    I tried it once and haven't had the stomach to try it again.


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    The chippy in my hometown does deep fried mars bars! They're lush!



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    Steak pie, chips and curry sauce.
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    Balti pie, chips, pot of curry sauce

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    Fish, chips, mushy peas

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    Saveloy x 3, chips (add some ketchup at home)

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    Chicken kebab in pita with salad and chilli sauce & chips

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    Roe, sausage, chips, mushy peas
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    50p of chips and either haddock or mixed chicken kebab.
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    Chip buttie splash; pattie, peas and chips; fritter, curry and chips; and when me mam has just been paid fish and chips with peas. Or curry, depending on the quality of curry.

    Now I am down South, I do not get the chance of having proper chippies.
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    I used to have a battered sausage and chips or a chicken burger and chips.

    Chip shops aren't as prominent in Brisbane though so now if I do go to one, always a traditional fish and chips. Although, the traditional fish here seems to be barramundi which beats cod hands down for me.

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    Large Cod, Chips, Curry Sauce and a can of Irn Bru.
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    Cod, chips & mushy peas ftw

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    feeling hungry now just looking at that !!
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    Mini-fish, chips and mushy peas.

    Or if I am feeling different, chicken and mushroom pukka pie and chips.

    Mmmmm chippy...
 
 
 
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