SCOTS' SNEAKY SAUSAGE SECRET; SUPPER FLY GUYS ORDER EXTRA WEE TREAT WITH THEIR FISH AND CHIPS.
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FISH and chips just isn't enough for some Scots - with many ordering a cheeky wee battered sausage on the side, research has revealed.
Our fellow Brits are just as bad, with Geordies sneaking an extra pie, the Welsh adding scraps of batter - and the south-east English a saveloy.
Research by hungryhouse.
co.uk also discovered what we like to put on our chips.
Brummies douse them in curry sauce, Geordies prefer cheese and gravy, while people in Edinburgh love splashing on brown sauce.
When it comes to fish, Scots often opt for haddock, although 33 per cent have skate, while in south-east England cod is the favourite.
Tom Scott, 38, of Edinburgh, said he always had brown sauce on his haddock and chips, adding: "When I get a chippy outside of Edinburgh, I only get offered tomato sauce. It's very frustrating. I've started taking my own bottle of brown chippy sauce whenever I leave the city just in case."
Londoner Lili Shaw, 31, said she only ever puts salt and vinegar on fish and chips, adding: "I always get cod and chips with salt and vinegar.
"No mayonnaise, no tomato sauce, no curry sauce and certainly no brown sauce - that would be sacrilege."
BRIT ON THE SIDE Sausages and pies are favourite extras