ARE you out and about in the Scottish Borders this Easter Weekend and don’t fancy a sit down meal in one of the regions many wonderful restaurants?

How about some fish and chips? There are many fine chippies in the Borders.

According to Trip Advisor you should give Jim Jack’s Fish and Chips shop in the Northgate Peebles a try.

After 270 reviews from the public they hold a 4.5 rating.

Recent reviews include “We ordered white pudding & chips & it was cooked to order & fantastic! This place is spotless & the man & lady running it are absolutely lovely. Well done guys! :-)”

Giacopazzi’s in Eyemouth is also highly rated with four stars from 687 reviews.

One of the oldest food businesses in Scotland, Giacopazzi’s initially began as an ice cream shop, thanks to its Italian founder bringing his trade to the beautiful town of Eyemouth.

A recent reviewer describe their experience “Best fish and chips ever!. Our b&b owner recommended stopping off here while walking in the area. All i can say is wow. We had to have take away as the restaurant was having work done, luckily it was a dry, sunny but cold day to sit out and eat, but the fish and chips were well worth it. These have to be the best fish and chips I've ever had, and the portion size was good as well.”

Giacopazzi’s is also named in Historic Scotland and Visit Scotland’s Top 16 chips shops in Scotland.

Others mentioned in the survey were Alfonso’s in Earlston, The Melrose Abby and the Peebles Fish Bar.

But it’s all about opinions.

Let us know the best chippy in the Borders in YOUR opinion.