Right, now that the dust has settled and we can lick our war wounds, we could go a bag of chips, no? But where from? This is an urgent and significant question demanding the best minds that the Welsh forum can bring together... In my experience, you need to define *what type* of chip it is that you like, before deciding on the appropriate chippy. So for me, they need to be well cooked, preferably golden-brown-ish, crispy/crunchy and NOT DRIPPING IN FAT! There's a couple on chip lane (Dorothy's and Tony's?) that usually seem to come up with the goods on that score, but a few times (ime at closing time!) when they can't be arsed to cook the chips properly because of the queues, the chips come out whitish and soft. Bleurrrrrgghh... Then there's the nationally renowned Albany Fish Bar, but it was quite average last night, and thus prompted me to ask this question here. I have to say that neighbourly familiarity can allow me to state without fear of contradiciton that the chips served on Clifton St are never more than OK. So, your nominations for the best chippy in Cardiff?