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Sally Lunn's Historic Eating House & Museum



4 North Parade
Bath, AVN BA1 1NX

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0122 546 1634

Hours

  • Sunday: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Monday: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 am - 9:30 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Cuisine: Coffee and Tea


4.7 of 5.0 from 82 reviews

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  • Konstantin RSally Lunns bath bun is a must for everyone who is in bath for the first time

    55555 by Konstantin R


  • Chee Wai xMassively long queue in a very very small place. The serve all their food on top of bread (they call lunn). Reasonably good - just make sure you call for reservation before you go.

    55555 by Chee Wai x


  • Lulu TCinnamon butter Lunn Bun👍🏻

    55555 by Lulu T


  • Wim JGreat Bunn with Blackcurrant jam

    55555 by Wim J


  • RobertDon't go here, it sucks and servers ignore you

    22222 by Robert


  • Simon SNice buns, Sally Lunn. 😍

    55555 by Simon S


  • Tom RBunns are excellent. Coffee a bit weak. Don't miss the museum in the basement.

    55555 by Tom R


  • Chris RIf you want culture, history and amazing food, and don't have much time to spare. Come here.

    55555 by Chris R


  • Şemsi SChocolate lunn is excellent..

    55555 by Şemsi S


  • Melis BOldest house in Bath, variety of English tea selection ie cream tea/victoria. Nice to spend an afternoon tea time

    55555 by Melis B


  • Chris kAlways a visits when in Bath, sometimes a long wait for a table but for me worth it

    55555 by Chris k


  • Gareth eAwesome welsh rarebit. Lovely cup of tea and authentic experience

    55555 by Gareth e


  • angling Lbuns and scones are tasty! the place is also authentic!

    55555 by angling L


  • Amy YCute tea room with friendly staff and a museum downstairs. The Victoria tea (Sally Lunn bun with lemon curd) is delicious.

    55555 by Amy Y


  • Quin KHam & Pea soup and Welsh Rarebit

    55555 by Quin K


  • Paul STasty and cheap lunch in a very sweet place. Quick service. Just go without hesitation.

    55555 by Paul S


  • Anna ChuchmekExcellent dishes, take savoury buns for lunch

    55555 by Anna Chuchmek


  • Josie C.Overhyped and priced, but a nice experience all the same. Museum was closed for maintenance though.

    33333 by Josie C.


  • GabiotaSk ZDelicious scones!

    55555 by GabiotaSk Z


  • Jeremy NTea and Sally Lunn buns

    55555 by Jeremy N


  • Jeremy NGinger Sally Lunn is very good along with the tea. Museum down stairs is worth a look to.

    55555 by Jeremy N


  • Emre SThis little sweet restaurant does make lovely famous sandwiches in Bath! This was my first restaurant for my lunch during my visit and everything was absolutely perfect 👌

    55555 by Emre S


  • Arwa LThe best breakfast ever

    55555 by Arwa L


  • Monique GionetThe Bath Cream Tea is so yummy!

    55555 by Monique Gionet


  • Roberto Duck breast

    55555 by Roberto


  • Vanessa PThe famous Bath bun is here. Lovely tea and lovely buns.

    55555 by Vanessa P


  • Alexandre CTudor atmosphere with wifi

    55555 by Alexandre C


  • Sherry CTastes exactly like the buns you get for extremely cheap in Chinatown, or ten years ago in China.

    33333 by Sherry C


  • Andrew FSalt beef buns

    33333 by Andrew F


  • Neşe SYemek sade fakat lezzetli. Ale bira denenmeli.

    55555 by Neşe S


  • Jamaludin CTry the cinnamon buns! Yummy

    55555 by Jamaludin C


  • Saeed JTake some buns before you leave

    33333 by Saeed J


  • Giulia DSuper pretty and must try place. The buns are classic yet innovative, delicious !

    55555 by Giulia D


  • Rubo ATry the Welsh Rarebit and the Dulce de leche buns, they're delicious!

    55555 by Rubo A


  • Regina EThe chocolate butter bun is the best bun in UK!

    55555 by Regina E


  • Indian LAmazing food...loved the cinnamon butter bun and the vegetable trencher. So much history. Great service

    55555 by Indian L


  • Laurance ABeautifully fluffy buns, jam and cream

    55555 by Laurance A


  • Oliver VCan't not try one their Lunn Buns. Light and tasty.

    55555 by Oliver V


  • Daniela MBest buns in the whole world!

    55555 by Daniela M


  • Richard BBath cream tea is the one to go for.

    55555 by Richard B


  • Vanessa PLove it! It's a MUST when you visit Bath :)

    55555 by Vanessa P


  • Lunar HTake away buns and cinnamon butter

    55555 by Lunar H


  • Jessica KOrder Creamy Brie bun!! Really delicious

    55555 by Jessica K


  • Paolo PIf you are around it's just mandatory to come to this place. Amazing food, stunning place and friendly staff. Buns and thes are the top

    55555 by Paolo P


  • Rimon CYummy buns.

    55555 by Rimon C


  • Siddhartha BLoved the buns...recommended to all..cheers ! :-D

    55555 by Siddhartha B


  • Aseem LLoved this place...amazing buns!

    55555 by Aseem L


  • Little M.Cinnamon cream tea to DIE FOR!!!!

    55555 by Little M.


  • Gillian RThis is the place to brunch hard. The Welsh Rarebit is awesome, Also fantastic coffee and tea!!!?

    55555 by Gillian R


  • Pamela nGreat service (a mistake meant my main course arrived after everyone else had finished but they gave it for free and then were happy to accommodate our desert requests from the lunch menu). Great bun.

    33333 by Pamela n


  • Louise MI prefer dinner here to day time eats, not a fan of the buns

    55555 by Louise M


  • Clara WThe buns are so light and crispy! Cranberry and brie sandwich was really good.

    55555 by Clara W


  • Karl B.Stop by at 1pm to make dinner reservations if you want a table that evening.

    33333 by Karl B.


  • Ruth GGood service and tasty food. Great place to break up your sightseeing/shopping with a hearty lunch.

    55555 by Ruth G


  • Ruth GTrying a Bath Bun is a must!

    55555 by Ruth G


  • Ruth GDo take the time to see the museum, it's free if you eat there.

    55555 by Ruth G


  • Uyen GTry the Sally buns with homage cinnamon butter coupled with Darjeeling tea

    55555 by Uyen G


  • Marta ROldest house in Bath, birthplace of the famous Bath bun. Delicious food, nice service. Have a look to the kitchen museum in the basement!

    55555 by Marta R


  • Chloe Mvery nice buns, served hot :) try the salmon bun sandwich with the soup of the day and the chocolate bun for the desert.

    55555 by Chloe M


  • Ti IVery authentic n great place to enjoy meal

    55555 by Ti I


  • Stacie B.Have the savory buns at Lunn's

    55555 by Stacie B.


  • Steven QCome here for the amazing service and good dinner specials!!

    55555 by Steven Q


  • Max TGreat buns. Really soft. Don't touch the gluten free scones with a barge pole. Actually you could hit them with a barge pole and they'd be none the worse.

    33333 by Max T


  • Samantha D.Try the Sally Lunn's traditional cream tea. Deee-lish.

    55555 by Samantha D.


  • Beckith aLoved Sally Lunn's! Ate there twice in one day... lunch and supper. Even brought some buns home with me to California! Definitely a must if you're in Bath.

    55555 by Beckith a


  • MacKenzie JThe Sally Lunn buns are large hamburger buns. Why would anyone buy one of these things? They aren't even good with hamburgers.

    33333 by MacKenzie J


  • Geoff GDinner at Sally Lunns is an unexpected delight great value for money and delicious

    55555 by Geoff G


  • Nerys TEverytime I go to Bath I make sure I have a Sally Lunn’s. And everytime I’m amazed by how delicious it is (my memory never does it justice). It’s my favourite place in Bath!

    55555 by Nerys T


  • Ian ACame here at the end of our day in bath, very home style food which was lovely. The Sally Lunn bun with butter and garlic was beautiful. I would recommend a visit.

    55555 by Ian A


  • Maria Jose LAt Sunday the kitchen closes at 9 but they accept bookings until 8:30pm

    22222 by Maria Jose L


  • kiptripScones were not crumbly enough but the Sally Luns buns were really good. Loved the clotted cream here.

    55555 by kiptrip


  • Tour CarrieYum! Cinnamon Butter is FAB! So is the the Salmon Sandwich. HAVE BOTH! Worth going, if you can make a reservation, do, if you can't, and don't have time? Run downstairs to their museum and buy one!

    55555 by Tour Carrie


  • Paul M.Such a nice place with very friendly staff, the starter was great, the desert was microwaved back to hot and the coffee came served as if it was going to be good, it was instant coffee a real shame

    33333 by Paul M.


  • İPeK JBest bread ever?!!!

    55555 by İPeK J


  • John LCosy and warm ambience.

    55555 by John L


  • Joe mCheck out the museum downstairs

    55555 by Joe m


  • Joe mTry the welsh rarebit on a Sally Lunn Bun

    55555 by Joe m


  • BluCola CTry Bath Cream Tea

    55555 by BluCola C


  • Kieran JWas ushered to a table adjacent to a noisy kitchen door and cold air conditioner. Asked to be moved but was refused by staff. Ended up leaving. Would not recommend.

    11111 by Kieran J


  • Lillian J£12 dinner set, 2 course + wine available 5 - 7pm. Pork loin was so tender!

    55555 by Lillian J


  • Ben RGreat buns! Particularly with cream and jam...

    55555 by Ben R


  • jeannieThe oldest house in Bath.

    55555 by jeannie


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