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 bunn. 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 bunn 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
#101 of 632 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
21 Sep 2018: Popped in to taste the famous Sally Lynn Bun. It was delicious. Light & large! This is a must do experience when in Bath.
21 Sep 2018: We stopped there after a day of walking around to grab tea and scones. We didn't know Sally had a famous "bunn" to her name! Try it, it's good (though it reminded me of a big hamburger bun from...
20 Sep 2018: My wife and I enjoyed a delicious lunch at this very old and historic restaurant on Sept. 13/18. The server was friendly and attentive to our queries. The delicious lunch arrived in a timely manner...