4 Things You Should Eat When Visiting Bath City

City of BathMost people, if not all, visit Bath in Somerset for its tourist sites. Who would not? After all, it is one of the most picturesque places in the United Kingdom. When you get tired of walking and touring, settle down and enjoy the great eats Bath City has to offer. 

If you are visiting this year and staying at one of Bath City Centre's hotels, here are some local delights you should not miss:

  1. Bite into the Sally Lunn bun.

This brioche-style bun has a long history. Local legend states that it originated from a Huguenot refugee who arrived in Bath City in 1680. Sally Lunn worked as a baker whose shop was located in the then Lilliput Alley. The refugee created the unique bun and it soon became a favorite staple for breakfast and afternoon tea.

  1. Try the aptly named Bath bun.

This is another popular bun famous in the city. The Bath bun was invented by a physician named Dr. William Oliver way back in the 18th century. The original buns were so tasty that the doctor’s patients soon became fat — and fast. The bun was then replaced by the Bath Oliver biscuit, which is the plain version.

  1. Indulge in a full English breakfast.

Of course, you can always find British favorites in Bath like fish and chips and the favorite full English breakfast. This plateful of goodness is a great way to start the day in Bath, especially when you have a lot of walking to do. Indulge in the British classics that use locally sourced ingredients of the city.

  1. Do not forget to try the soft cheeses.

If you are a true lover of cheese, do not miss the cheese selections in Bath City. These include Kelston Park, Bath Blue, Bath Soft, Bath Brie, and Wyfe of Bath. You can sample great cheese at the Bath Farmer’s Market for free, so you can indulge in them in different restaurants and cafes in the city.

Let your senses take in the wonderful sights and smells of the City. Make sure you indulge in these local favorites when you visit Bath.