Fodor's Expert Review Sally Lunn's
Small and slightly twee, this tourist magnet near Bath Abbey occupies the oldest house in Bath, dating from 1482. It's famous for the Sally Lunn bun, a semisweet bread served here since 1680. You can choose from more than 30 sweet and savory toppings to accompany your bun, or turn it into a meal with salmon or a steak. There are also economical lunch and early-evening menus. Daytime diners can view the small kitchen museum and shop in the cellar (30p for non-dining visitors).
4 N. Parade Passage
Bath, Bath and North East Somerset BA1 1NX, England
- Famed Sally Lunn buns with sweet and savory toppings
- Lots of tourists
- Tiny but interesting on-site museum