Fodor's Expert Review Sally Lunn's

$ Bath and the Cotswolds British

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 bunn, a semisweet bread served here since 1680. You can choose from more than 30 sweet and savory toppings to accompany your bunn, 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).

British Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

4 N. Parade Passage
BA1 1NX, England


Known For:
  • Famed Sally Lunn bunns
  • Lots of tourists
  • Tiny but interesting on-site museum

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