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8 chippers and takeaways that could only exist in Ireland

De-Laois-ious.

DIFFICULT TO CHOOSE a favourite, really…

De-Laois-Ious Kebab, Portarlington

Take a bow, owners.

kebab Source: @KildareJoe

Chipsy Kings, Cork City

So simple, so beautiful.

Is this not the best name ever for a chipper? Source: limmster

SuperMa’s, Abbeyfeale

Used to be call Supermann’s. They lost two Ns, and now are just SuperMa’s. Crafty.

mas Source: Google Maps

Angela’s Rashers, Ballyfermot

Legend has it that there used to be a greasy spoon café in Ballyfermot call Angela’s Rashers.

There was also a company registered in that name in Dublin. Now, sadly dissolved.

shares Source: Vision-Net.ie

McDonal’s, Buttevant

“I’ll have a Big Mick please”.

XhAW1CF Source: Imgur

Thai Tanic, Belfast

Probably not in the best possible taste.

thai Source: DailyEdge.ie

Oifig an Chip, Kilmuckeridge

Sadly no longer with us, Oifig an Chip was located in an old post office.

oifig an chip Source: cs.may.ie

The Black Wok, Black Rock

There’s also a Wok and Roll in Blackrock, but Black Wok wins hands down.

blac Source: Facebook

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