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Sally Lunn's

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Sally Lunn's is a restaurant-museum, located in the oldest house in Bath.

The building dates from the 15th century, although the façade is from the 17th century.

It is named after the 17th century baker who invented the famous Sally Lunn Bun, similar to the French brioche. The restaurant naturally still serves this speciality which to this day is baked to a secret recipe.

In the basement of the restaurant is a museum, which recreates life and work in a 17th century baker's shop, complete with original oven.

Sally Lunn's is open daily but opening hours vary so do check in advance.

Why not visit the Sally Lunn's home page?

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