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Gluten Free in Hungary

Best known for the historic capital of Budapest, or the beautiful Lake Balaton, Hungary is a very popular spot on the tourist trail. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling to the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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Orszagut, Budapest View On Map
Free! Gluten-free bakery, which is 100% gluten-free. The staff were so lovely and were really accommodating. I have nothing bad to say about anything I tried at the bakery. The prices were really decent, all the goods were freshly baked and you could see into the back where they made all the dough! I got a lovely breakfast with a nice warm fresh roll on my first day, the scrambled eggs were probably the best I have ever had. They have a variety of pizza available from lunchtime, I had the margarita which was so nice! The base was so tasty, my friend had a meat one and a variety of vegetables on vegan pizza and she said they were just as amazing! All the buns and pastries I tried were lovely, but I think my favourite was the chocolate swirl and the cinnamon swirl! You can't beat a sweet treat! I would highly recommend visiting hear if you go to Budapest.
Recommended By: Rhianne Stewart / glutenfreerhi.wordpress.com / @glutenfreerhii On: 2020-07-27

Drop Gluten Free Restaurant
Terezvaros, Budapest View On Map
Drop is a 100% gluten-free restaurant that is close to the centre of Budapest. The staff are incredibly helpful and friendly and the food is just amazing! I tried a lot of their menu and I can honestly say I wasn't disappointed. My favourite meal was their chicken burger and chips, it tasted gorgeous, you couldn't tell it was gluten free and it was also really great to have fries again as I have not had these for a while! Another favourite of mine was the maple syrup ribs with the most divine cheesy mash potato, literally the best mash I have ever had! I also had the bruschetta as a starter, which was really tasty and the tomatoes and flavours were so fresh. I tried the honey pumpkin soup, which I was really surprised with. The taste was so unexpected and sweet, I didn't expect to like it as much as I did. I also had the breaded chicken with cheese and mash potato, although this wasn't my favourite dish I would still get it again! The puddings were also really nice, although I much preferred the cheesecake with a warm berry coulis to the homemade sponge with cream. The portion sizes are so generous and the prices are really reasonable.
Recommended By: Rhianne Stewart / glutenfreerhi.wordpress.com / @glutenfreerhii On: 2020-07-27