The following information was recently updated on December 14, 2019
Little Taste Of Britain is a casual restaurant located in Layton Utah. The restaurant is part U.K. import store and part sit down restaurant. The menu is built around English classics such as fish and chips, pie and sausage rolls.
Little Taste Of Britain menu
The following Little Taste Of Britain menu is dated November 2019:
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Cuisine: British Don’t miss: Fish and chips Reservations: No Parking: Own lot Alcohol: No Service and atmosphere: Casual
Where is Little Taste Of Britain located?
768 West 1425 North, Layton, UT 84041, USA (801) 543-5707
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