Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House, Bath

Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House, Bath - Address, Phone Number

Address: 4 North Parade Passage, Bath BA1 1NX, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1225461634

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Timings: 10:00 am - 09:30 pm Details

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About Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House, Bath

History and cuisine have never before come together at such reasonable prices. Housed in the oldest residence in Bath is the most charming and most romantic eatery you can imagine. It’s wonderful for afternoon tea and it’s wonderful for dinner.

The staffs are warm as anything and will make you feel right at home. Combine your food with a little foray into the museum showcasing the house’s past, right from Roman times through medieval, Tudor and Georgian to now. Our recommendation: a sweet Sally Lunn bun with cinnamon butter and house blend tea. You’ll forever remember this intimate brush with history.

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Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House Information

  • You may book reservations for an evening restaurant.
  • Not wheelchair accessible. People with limited mobility will face problems.

How To reach Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House by Public Transport

  • Buses on Terrace Walks

Restaurants Near Sally Lunns Historic Museum And Eating House

  • La Perla
  • The Roman Bath Kitchen
  • Browns

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  • A good spot for some lunch! This restaurant has some good historic character and a good historic menu of the famous Sally Lunn. Buns of all kind, with all kinds of toppings which all looked tasty! The only gripe is it’s always super busy as it’s on the tourist trail and when I went the service was slow. However the food was nice... and different to what you might normally have at a chain restaurant.

  • I like this little, cozy restaurant. The food tastes really good, whether savoury or sweet. Though for me the bun is not as special as they say it is, it tastes good. I recommend this place.

  • It's a fine restaurant, but I don't think it lives up to the hype (or the line). I think this is mostly a tourist trap with some trumped up marketing about how this"Bunn" is somehow historic. It's basically a large, chewy bread roll. Yeah it's pretty tasty, but the price is too high to justify unfortunately.

  • The scent of ancient Bath from the entrance of this building, along with the scent of baked buns. Packed with tourists, easy to pick up your mother tongue coming from the front or back of your line. Not easy to get staffs' attention, but you can still get the bun you ordered alright. It was one of the experience if anyone visits Bath, and the bun was not bad :)

  • Beautiful tearoom with cosy ambience. Tried the famous Sally Lunn’s buns, both sweet (clotted cream & jam) and savoury (roast chicken). Each portion comes as half a bun - which is surprisingly huge. Both tasted amazing, buns were fluffy, soft and warm. Can’t choose between the two! Just order both, you’ll get to try both top and bottom of the bun :D

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