What does everyone get from the chippie?

(151 Posts)
Indecisivejo Sat 26-Mar-16 16:16:08

Title says it all smile

Kraggle Sat 26-Mar-16 16:18:58

Chicken or donner kebab and chips with salad and mayo, or a chip butty and gravy or curry sauce or haddock and chips.

Kim82 Sat 26-Mar-16 16:20:07

Large sausage, chips, mushy peas and gravy or fish, chips and mushy peas. I could just eat a chippy tea now actually.

hugoagogo Sat 26-Mar-16 16:20:55

I can't get anything from the chippie around here, stupid yorkshire tbusad

Chorltonswheelies422 Sat 26-Mar-16 16:21:22

I used to love cod 'n' chips with 2 pineapple fritters

<am now a veggie clean eater>

PotteringAlong Sat 26-Mar-16 16:21:30

Batteries sausage, chips, batter bits smile

Indecisivejo Sat 26-Mar-16 16:22:01

I'm getting it for dinner tonight but dunno what to get....I'm thinking roe chips n curry sauce but not sure whether to add a saveloy confused

MadisonAvenue Sat 26-Mar-16 16:22:08

We don't go very often but usually just chips, but we have one bag of regular chips and another of battered ones. It all depends on the time though. More often than not it'll be a treat in the evening but if we decide to have them for a main meal then we might get fish or sausages, maybe some curry sauce too.

We actually wanted some the other night as we walked home from the pub but it was just closing at 9.30pm and we were too late. It's the same timing on weekends too which is a bit silly.

SheDoneAlreadyDoneHadHerses Sat 26-Mar-16 16:30:34

It depends.

English chippy and I get cheese and onion pie, chips, peas, and gravy.
Chinese chippy and I get half rice, half chips, curry sauce (and depending on how hungry I am, a saveloy)

ouryve Sat 26-Mar-16 16:32:57

The only one we like in striking distance is a proper fish and chip chippy. I prefer haddock and chips when they have it in.

Indecisivejo Sat 26-Mar-16 16:35:49

Mmmmmm soooo hungry

AStreetcarNamedBob Sat 26-Mar-16 16:36:37

Home made cheese burger (they actually make them with mince on site it's not a frozen horse burger from tesco) and chips and mushy peas

Loads of ketchup and mayo plus salt and vinegar. Have to have a Diet Coke or its all shades of wrong.

Savagebeauty Sat 26-Mar-16 16:36:52

Haven't been to the chippy since I left Leeds in 1981. They are shit here.

ElizabethG81 Sat 26-Mar-16 16:37:10

Pudding, chips and gravy. Yes, I'm northern grin

NoelHeadbands Sat 26-Mar-16 16:39:04

Haddock and chips wi' bits. Salt, vinegar and ketchup

Or chips and curry sauce

ShelaghTurner Sat 26-Mar-16 16:40:47

Cod and chips <traditional>. Had it last night and no you've made me want it again 😤

DrWhooves Sat 26-Mar-16 16:42:27

Battered pizza and chips.

YakTriangle Sat 26-Mar-16 16:56:01

Chicken, chips, small pot of curry sauce. Unfortunately it takes ages to wait for them to cook the chicken quarter but it's looooovely (and about a million calories)
Occasionally will share a battered cod with DH because they are way too big to eat a whole one.

Roussette Sat 26-Mar-16 16:58:52

DH has plaice, I have cod (plaice is ginormous but even more batter than the cod, it won't fit on the plate). One small or medium chips between us which again is huge. No wonder it's so expensive, the portion size is for a giant.

I then need loads of tartare and tomato sauce to go with it.

MrsJayy Sat 26-Mar-16 17:03:22

Oh just thinking chippy for tea i have hamburger supper with a pickle and brown sauce. Or steak pie with chips and gravy

TobleroneBoo Sat 26-Mar-16 17:04:10

Sorry madison

Battered chips?!

As in, the same kind of batter as on a sausage?

Never heard of that but sounds like my idea of heaven grin

MrsJayy Sat 26-Mar-16 17:04:43

Whats a pudding?

Blueberry234 Sat 26-Mar-16 17:04:43

Children's box of sausage and chips with side of mushy peas

ChesterFuckingDraws Sat 26-Mar-16 17:08:00

Fish supper with salt and loads of chippy brown sauce, mmm mmm. Really fancy that for tea now.

PointlessUsername Sat 26-Mar-16 17:08:09

Pasty, chips and curry sauce.

Rock,chips and mushy peas

Or

Lamb meat and chips chilli sauce.

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