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
#93 of 663 Places to Eat in Bath
Most Recent Traveller Reviews
9 Feb 2019: The staff were marvellous and there certainly is some great history.
So I suppose you pay for the privilege. Really though, you're paying for just a half a large bread roll.
Soup was good.
7 Feb 2019: Only stopped of for a bun. They are very nice but must be making a killing at nearly £5 for half a bun. Yes they are fairly big but they are very light. It was nice and so was the upstairs room we...
4 Feb 2019: Bath buns were average for us as they were basically a variation of crispy buns that they service in cha chaan tengs in Hong Kong. However the scones with the jam and clotted cream were so good! We...