After me moaning in another thread about food experiences, I thought a thread for good experiences was called for. So what's your favourite chip shops? Here's some of mine: The Allan Water Café, in Bridge of Allan. Sit in or take away, and handy for the way home from swimming lessons for the La Rouge family. Corrieri's Café, Causewayhead, Stirling. A traditional Scots-Italian chip shop and more: homemade ice cream, pizza, pasta, coffee. A family favourite with us for eating out. The Real Food Café, Tyndrum. A former Little Chef transformed into the best roadside fish and chips we know. Great for when we've mistimed the journey home from Oban or further afield in the West Highlands. The Anstruther Fish Bar. Often far too busy for relaxed eating in atmosphere, but great for taking away and eating at the sea shore (if you don't mind queueing!). Mhor Fish, Callander. Mentioned on the other thread. Despite the silly* Gaelic-English hybrid name (deriving from the family ownership of Monachyle Mhor in Balqhuidder), a good chippie. (Although somewhat too inconsistent in my experience to make the top 3). * They insist on pronouncing it 'More', despite mhor being 'vore' in Gaelic, and in any case iasg is masculine, so would go with mor not mhor, which would not come before the noun anyway: Iasg Mor., Big Fish.