We asked readers on Facebook this week where their favourite spots were for a late-night takeaway in the borough.

More than 100 comments were left by readers, who shared a large number of establishments in the borough which never let them down.

The restaurant which was mentioned the most times, six in total, was Florida Fried Chicken, which is based on Yorkshire Street in Oldham town centre.

The fried chicken specialists are open until 12.30am every night, except for Fridays and Saturdays when they stay open until 1am, feeding hungry Oldhamers who have been out enjoying the nightlife.

The Oldham Times: Florida Fried Chicken, Yorkshire StreetFlorida Fried Chicken, Yorkshire Street (Image: Google Maps)

Florida Fried Chicken was not the only takeaway on Yorkshire Street to receive multiple mentions.

Al's Express, which sits at the bottom of the road, offers a wide range of food, from pizzas to burgers to wraps.

Customers are able to get their grub at Al's until 2.45am each night, except Tuesdays, making it one of the most reliable places to eat should one find themselves in the town centre during the early hours.

The Oldham Times: Al's Express, Yorkshire StreetAl's Express, Yorkshire Street (Image: Google Maps)

Joyce Rosseanne described Al's pizzas as "unreal", while Chris Edwards said the doner kebab was the best he had ever eaten.

Suleman Shafiq is another fan of their doner kebabs, saying he travels from Manchester for them.

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Another takeaway to receive numerous mentions was Mo's Tandoori in Watersheddings.

The Oldham Times: Mo's Tandoori, Ripponden RoadMo's Tandoori, Ripponden Road (Image: Google Maps)

The restaurant, based on Ripponden Road, offers authentic Indian food including curries, grilled meats and biriyanis, with Dee Johnson describing the food as "brilliant".

Open until 11pm every day except Tuesdays, Mo's seems to be a popular spot for many Oldhamers in the area.

Other spots to receive more than one mention included Al Fayyaz on Union Street along with Paprika Delight on Peel Street in Chadderton, which Tracy Ann Heap said was "the best" and Jonny Purkhardt saying was his go to curry on a Saturday.

The Oldham Times: Paprika Delight, Peel StreetPaprika Delight, Peel Street (Image: Google Maps)

There were plenty of other takeaways to receive mentions, but some people also mentioned old favourites which have now closed down.

Claire Greenhough said Light of Bengal on Union Street was her favourite back in the day, while another reader mentioned Al Madina, saying it was "such a shame" it had closed down.

Although some people will disagree on which is the best late-night takeaway in Oldham, one thing is for certain: there is no shortage of quality takeaways in the borough.