Sally Lunn’s Tea Room
Sally LuBathnn's House
4 North Parade Passage
Somerset BA2 6TR
This is a tea room that sells, amongst other things, Sally Lunn's Bath Buns
Bath Bun
These buns were invented by French refugee Sally Lunn in this house in 1680. They were very popular in Georgian England, being a rich, round and generous light bread. They are served with either sweet or savory accompaniments.
Sally Lunn's web site is a mine of information about the tea room and has a good description of how the buns came to be made in Bath.
The tea room is open from 10:00 to 22:00. Bookings are required for the evenings from 18:00 onwards.
For reservations, go to the Tea House website at  Web: Sally Lunn Reservations
While at the tea room, why not visit the Sally Lunn Museum in the same building.
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Contact & Further Information
Telephone   + 44 (0)1225 461 634
Google Maps - Sally Lunn's Tea Room, Bath 


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