Restaurant: General Sutter Inn
Date: July 25, 2016
Location: 14 East Main Street, Lititz, PA
While at the Lititz Historical Association, we had inquired about the General Sutter Inn to the tour guide we were chatting with. He said that along with the British pub connected to it are owned by the same person, a man who was from Liverpool, and that the food was authentic. This was good enough for us. The building dated back to 1754 and was beautiful inside. A small waiting room next to a fireplace opens up into a side dining room, and then another area which includes a bar. It contained fine dining decor, but the prices on the menu did not reflect this. The pub also has the same menu if you are in the mood for a more casual experience. The first item that caught my eye was the chicken tikka masala. However, this was available only after 5 P.M. Many people do not realize just how integral Indian food is on the pub scene in England. Upon seeing that and a few other dishes, I realized that this was indeed the real deal.
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