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9 Sally Lunn Eating House in Bath, England

Built in 1482, this quaint building on Parade Passage claims to be Bath’s oldest house. That is reason enough to visit. Peer into the window for the main reason: a stack of warm Sally Lunn Buns. According to folklore, a young French immigrant named Solange Luyon began baking these teacakes here in 1680. They became a culinary rage during the 18th and early 19th centuries and praised by the likes of Charles Dickens and famous Parisian chief Marie-Antoine Carême. So step inside the Sally Lunn Eating House and give your taste buds a treat.

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4 N Parade Passage Bath BA1 1NX, UK

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