Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House
Sally Lunn's is one of the oldest houses in Bath (c.1482) and serves one of the most famous local delicacies - the original Sally Lunn bun. According to legend, Sally Lunn, a French refugee, arrived in 1680 and established her bakery.
Today Sally Lunn's serve a menu based on the world-famous Sally Lunn bun during the day, and are open for fine English food in the evening (including prize-winning handmade pies).
The downstairs museum, showing the original kitchen Sally used, is open daily until 6pm.
Ratings, Awards and Rewards
- Wheelchair Access
- Public carpark nearby
#98 of 648 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
15 Dec 2018: Not been to Bath for a while, but managed to get to the Christmas Market. First port of call Sally Lunns of course. Pies were on too but Buns are the priority. Excellent meal, great service and...
14 Dec 2018: This bin is nearly as big as your plate (intentionally). It was formerly used instead of a plate and therefore had to soak up stew juice (a trencher).
You can get it with loads of different things...
14 Dec 2018: The iconic Bath bunns are so delicious with clotted cream (which is extra £ but worth it) and strawberry jam. You can also do a takeaway ans they come packaged in a pretty printed box and...