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Review: Sally Lunn's

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Bath, United Kingdom

Delicious Treats With A History Lesson Included Free Of Charge

  • By SilverTraveller CarolJ

    1 review

  • 2012
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Visited with a friend. Sally Lunn's had been recommended to us by my friend's sister. Her praise did not do justice! We were enchanted by the little shop/cafe and it was almost too difficult to decide amongst the variations fo the Sally Lunn that was served. I chose a topping of butter and lemon curd and my friend cinammon butter. Niether of us were disappointed. The food and tea served were delicious!



Our little waitress was a delightul girl who could not do enough to please us. It was a truly enjoyable and worthwhile experience that I hope to repeat again one day.



We visited the little museum (really small just a room) and were fascinated by the model of the floors in the buildings and the food items on display along with the model of a kitchen with the faggot oven which is what the original Sally Lunns were made.



If you visit Bath take the time to visit this shop and give yourself a treat. You wont regret it. If you have difficult climbing stairs I would not try this as there are a couple of flights to be navigated. Otherwise give it a go!

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  • pink
    almost 4 years ago
    remember going to sally lunn's some years ago with daughter and two grandsons ~ we all enjoyed the food and the boys did well with everything else as well. it's always good to find somewhere you can take small children and they're properly welcomed.