Chippy is selling deep-fried pickled onions – but some say it’s ‘just wrong’

A Scottish chippy is selling deep fried pickled onions.

Workers at Codfather Fish and Chips in Cambuslang in the outskirts of Glasgow is the brains behind the treat.

They’ve had socially distanced queues running out the door since the menu item launched.

According to GlasgowLive, punters can’t get enough of the sour but indulgent side dish.

They can snap up 50p each or five for £2 – and locals can even get them delivered to their door if they want to.

When Codfather Fish and Chips shared a picture of the battered pickled onions on Facebook, people were very excited.

The post has garnered 4,700 likes in just 16 hours.

Comments are overwhelmingly positive and many followers are desperate to try the unusual delicacy.

One commenter gushed: “That’s a yes from me! Yummy.”

Another said: “Game-changer.”

And a third added: “Stick battered Mars bars, this is something I could get behind.”

While the majority of punters have gushed over the menu item, others don’t know what to make of it.

One Facebook user admitted: “I think I will give them a miss.”

A second said: “That’s just wrong.”

And another wrote: “Ewww that’s minging.”

Want to read more about chip shops? We've got you covered.

Earlier this month, M&S was accused of 'gentrifying scraps' when it started selling the chippy freebie for £1.05.

Meanwhile, a lass scoffed a 4,000 calorie fish and chip feast in 30 minutes – and still had room left for a pint.

In other news, jellyfish could be on chippy menus in the future.

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