Sally Lunn House
The Sally Lunn House, is the Bath's oldest house built in 1482 on the basis of several older buildings. The house is famous for its restaurant where you can try the famous Bath buns, ( part bun, part bread, part cake) invented by the French Protestant Huguenot Solange, who fled from religious intolerance in Catholic France to Protestant England in 1680. In her new homeland, Solange adopted the name Sally Lunn. Sally Lunn’s is open for Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, pre-theatre dinner and dinner. Menus offer historic refreshment based on the original Sally Lunn bun – still baked to a secret recipe – and rich in local cuisine and authentic historic dishes. We are a truly authentic English eating house serving regional English food – including our trencher dinner.