Here are five of the best places to grab a delicious Haddock supper - with ice cream for dessert - by the coast in Scotland. (Main pic: RobTrounce\Wikimedia)
Home to one of Scotland's most famous fish teas, there are few better places to head to when the sun shines on the west coast, than 'doon the watter' to Largs where you'll find the iconic Nardini's.
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You'll also get to take in the wonderful sunsets (like the one pictured) on one of the west coast's most popular coastal stretches.
If you are looking to enjoy fish and chips by the sea, then the first name that will often be on the lips of any Scot you ask will be the Fish Bar, whose fresh sustainably sourced haddock and secret recipe batter is the pride of the town.
The largest of the East Neuk villages, Anstruther's Harbourside is the perfect place to while away an afternoon with its pleasant ambience and sea views.
A trip to Frankie's Fish and Chips (voted Scotland's best in 2014) requires a little more effort than some of the others but should you be on the Shetland mainland and seeking award-winning fish and chips than look no further.
Best of all, Frankie's is only a 25-minute drive from the epic Eshaness, one of Shetland's most epic destinations for when you need a wee walk to work off all that battered goodness.
Consistently placing highly in (and regularly winning) numerous awards events across the UK, The Bay Fish and Chips is undoubtedly one of the country's top fish and chip shops.
Renowned for its sustainable sourcing and consistent quality, The Bay is also located on the Beach Promenade of Stonehaven bay - a natural harbour known for its beautiful sea views.
A new arrival to Edinburgh's dining scene, this joint venture between renowned chef Roy Brett of Ondine and Gary Welch of Welch Fishmongers has become hugely popular since its opening last year.
It's freshly cooked fish suppers (to sit in or takeaway) are best enjoyed with a view of the picturesque harbour itself.