ON Good Friday it's a tradition to eat fish, but do you know the reason why?

According to Christianity, Jesus sacrificed his flesh on Good Friday and this is why people traditionally abstain from 'meaty flesh'.

Fish, however, is thought of differently as it comes from the sea. It is also believed fish shapes were secretly used by Christians to identify each other.

However, fish may not be the go-to for some, with hot cross buns also being a traditional food due to the pastry cross.

Some Christians also fast for the day as a reminder of the sacrifice Jesus made.

Dozens responded to our call on Facebook for your favourite place to grab a takeaway treat – and here’s some of the popular choices we could see:

Tara Sarcevic said: “Chris's Chippy Ewloe - it does gluten free fish and chips as well. A winner for our family.”

Tracy Roberts argued it “has to be Davies in Holywell” but others suggested The Valley Chippy in Greenfield was the best in the county.

There are plenty of popular choices over in Wrexham too.

Dozens of comments suggested Josie’s Chip Shop in Cefn Mawr as well as Borras Park

Since the stay local rule has lifted, options have expanded and people are able to return to old favourites outside their county area.

Marie Langford says there is a difference of opinions in their household. She said: “Has to be Yiannos Fish Bar [in Brynteg] for me but my partner likes Jones’.”

Jones’ was a major favourite scrolling through our comments – with the thumbs up from many Wrexham residents.

Julie Manuel said that Gresford Fish Bar Pizza & Kebab House gets her vote – claiming they have "amazing fresh fish & chips always”.

To see if your favourite made the list – and see where is likely to be busy tonight! - see our Facebook post below: