We’ll be honest if you will Glasgow. We adore chippys, half pizzas, sausage suppers, king ribs, even a good old fashioned roll and chips, love them all.

If they didn’t knock off about ten years of your life every time you munched into one, we’d have one for breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday. Still a wee chippy every now and then never hurt anybody.

After the pub, nothing beats a half pizza and chips, not even a mighty pakora.

GlasgowLiving brings you 10 of the best chippys in Glasgow.

1. Ubiquitous Chip – Ashton Lane

More than just a chippy, one of Glasgow’s most famous chip shops, sits in Ashton Lane and has been a favourite for drunk West Enders since before the 1970’s.

2. Chippy Doon The Lane – McCormack Lane

Open since 2007, Chippy Doon The Lane reinvigorated the “chippy” industry in Glasgow City Centre. Providing more than just the typical cod and chips, “Chippy Doon The Lane” guarantees a unique perspective on the old fashioned Glasgow chippy.

3. Merchant Chippie – Merchant City

The Merchant Chippie in the Merchant City, is more akin to the quality of a restaurant rather than a quick takeaway such is the passion put into creating each meal. A traditional Italian chip shop, Merchant Chippie since opening in 2008 has gone from strength to strength. Amore, in 2010, also opened a premises in Alexandra Parade, which has been showered with awards since opening.

4. Blue Lagoon – Everywhere

Synonymous with Glasgow, Blue Lagoon has been at the heart of Glasgow takeaways for more than 40 years. With premises scattered all throughout the city, as well as Largs and Ayr, Blue Lagoon is probably the busiest chippys throughout the city centre, especially late at night and definitely at the weekend.

5. Gandolphi Fish To Go – Albion Street

A new addition to Glasgow’s chippy economy, Gandolphi opened its doors in 2013 and offers, more than just battered fish. With gluten free options on the menu, grilled options on the menu, if you love more than just a fish supper Gandolphi can offer you a considerably extensive range of seafood dinners.

6. Philadelphia Fish & Chicken Bar – Great Western Road

With customer reviews on Just Eat, Trip Advisor and almost every other customer review forum reaching high fours and five out of five. It’s a sure sign of quality. That’s exactly what you’re guaranteed at Philadelphia on Great Western Road

7. Old Salty’s – Byres Road

The epitome of traditional chip shop, Old Salty’s provides everything you expect plus more. Licensed bar and with everything made to order, Old Salty’s is definitely young at heart.

8. Jack McPhee – Hope Street

Brilliant chippy with added bonus of having an extensive vegetarian selection meaning everybody can enjoy some of the traditional tastes on offer. As well as the typical food on offer Jack McPhee also provides a breakfast menu, specials, a separate fish menu and more.

9. Val-D-Oro – Glasgow Cross

Arguably Glasgow’s most experienced chip shop. Val-D-Oro is also one of Glasgow’s greatest. First opening in 1875, Val-D-Oro has customers who have been visiting for more than 70 years. Only real quality buys you loyalty like that (and maybe the odd free bag of chips).

10. Pizza Crolla – George Street

Many a good night has became a great night if your final stop is Pizza Crolla’s on Buchanan St. Glasgow City Centre’s longest serving chippy, its fish and chips are legendary. Final Stop, Pizza Crolla.