10 of the best places to get fish and chips in Scotland

Golden batter, perfectly cooked cod, crispy chips and plenty of salt and vinegar - or sauce if you’re an east coaster - who doesn’t love a fish supper?

Here are some of the best places around Scotland to enjoy a fish and chips while soaking in some stunning scenery. (Main picture: LearningLark Flickr).

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The idyllic fishing town of Ansturther in the East Neuk of Fife is home to some of the country's top fish and chip shops including the Fish Bar and The Wee Chippy
Picturesque Stonehaven is home to the multi-award winning Bay Fish and Chips, whose MSC haddock and perfectly fried chips are the pride of the town.
Follow up a wander around the Folly or a dram at Oban Distillery with an incredible fish supper from the much praised Oban Fish And Chip Shop.
St Andrews is not only the location of one of the UK's oldest universities and some of the country's best golf courses it's also where you'll find top fish and chip shops Cromar and Tailend
On the east coast of Shetland lies one of the most remote chippies on this list but a trip to this wonderful island is totally worth it, not just for the scenery, but also for a Frankie's Fish and Chips
Heading 'Doon the Watter' from Glasgow to the Ayrshire coast is always an enjoyable trip but its made even better when you grab a fish tea at Nardini's
A trip to the harbour at Newhaven is a great way to while away an afternoon but it's also the perfect excuse to visit one of the capital's best new seafood restaurants the Fish Market
A visit to the picturesque Portree wouldn't be complete without fish and chips from either The Chippy or the Lower Deck.
Fairytale castles and striking highland scenery aside, people are really heading to Golspie for the now famous Trawler fish supper.
Lying close to the dramatic surrounds of Loch Lomond, long-running family business Palombos is the ideal place to grab a fish supper before heading to the shore.