THE BEST chippies in Dunfermline and West Fife have been revealed.

Friday marked National Fish and Chips day and we asked you, our readers, where the best place for a fish supper is in our beautiful part of the world.

You did not disappoint as you all battered in with your answers and nearly 200 comments were left on our Facebook post.

Whether it's salt and vinegar (none of that salt 'n' sauce nonsense on our side of the Forth, thank you), tartar sauce, ketchup, brown sauce or any other topping you favour, a classic fish supper is hard to beat and Dunfermline and West Fife has an abundance of sit-ins and takeaways to choose from.

The most popular suggestions were Armando's Fish Bar in Halbeath, Dunfermline, and Illarios in Kincardine (and Illarios 2, Oakley).

Rave reviews were left for both with one reader stating that Illarios was the "best chippy I've EVER (in all caps) tasted", while another stated that Armando's was the best "without a doubt".

Both Armando's and Illario's received the most votes, but an abundance in others were also in contention.

Sauro's Chippy in Abbeyview is allegedly the pick of the punch in Fife "by a mile", according to one chippy lover.

Hook and Catch x Tuck Shakk in Duloch - which made headlines with a recent culinary creation - is also a "new favourite" for some and was "the damage" for another reader.

Dunfermline classic The Brig got some love, as did Cadora in Inverkeithing and Masterchef in Crossford.

Dalgety Fish Bar received a few nods and Joe's Special Fish in High Valleyfield earned high praise from one reader in particular, who stated it is better than all the rest: "Simply the best. Blootered wi salt n vinegar."

So, should you fancy a chippy this week, there's more than enough options on our doorstep to choose from with Armando's and Illarios the two standouts according to our readers on Facebook.

Out of interest, what do you normally order when at the chippy? Are you a traditionalist and keep things simple with a fish supper? Or do you perhaps cast your net a little wider and point to the more exotic offerings on the menu? Let us know.