What's the main thing Irish people always miss when they move abroad?
The food of course!
Whether you're just craving a bit of Dairygold for your toast or a good aul chicken fillet roll after a night out, odds are you could be tempted to go home just for the grub alone.
Well a chipper in Australia is keeping the Irish over there VERY happy and also trying out some mad recipes.
The Traditional Chip Shop in Sydney is run by an Irish couple and they are bringing all the goodness and grease of an Irish chipper to the outback.
And apart from a good ol' helping of beer battered fish and chips, this chip shop is getting also experimental.
Some of the quirky items on offer? Well, firstly you can get a hearty helping of battered black and white pudding. You know, if you want a flavour of an Irish breakfast.
Also on offer is a deep fried jam sandwich for dessert or you can always go for the infamous battered Mars Bar.
The shop is owned by Meath couple Will and Suzanne Dolan who wanted to create a traditional Irish chip shop in Australia but with a few twists.
"So many people out here miss the taste of food from a traditional chip shop so we were just waiting to find the right building in the right place."
"[We] worked in a chipper back home when we were younger. Will came out here in 1998 and I followed him out in 2009. It’s been something that he’s wanted to do for a long time," said Suzanne.
And what would no traditional Irish chipper be complete without? The classic curry chip of course.