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A tiny room in the tiny basement of this narrow ancient house/restaurant. In the 1980's, the owners dug into the basement looking for extra storage space -- and they found Roman and Medieval remains. Amazing! Free.
We visited Sally Lunn's to buy some of the famous buns to take home. They sell the buns downstairs in the museum which is basically the old kitchen. We were served by a very sweet lady who explained about the history of the kitchen and...More
The restaurant is ABOVE the museum, and l did not go there so can't comment on it. l ducked into the museum to buy a Sally Lunn bun, which was beautifully packaged but entirely over rated. A brioche without the French richness of same. I...More
We really enjoyed our afternoon tea here. It's appears to be busy but the queue moves quickly (5-10 minutes) and the service is very friendly and efficient. The menu items are very tasty and if you visit Bath then eating at Sally Lunn's is a...More