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Plintenburg Étterem
Avg. Customer Review (5.0 Palms): 5.0 Palms
Number of Reviews: 3

Review Type: Restaurant
Visegrad, Revkikoto, 2025
, Hungary
Dedicated GF: No
Phone: +36-30/544-78-7
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My Search For the Best Gluten Free Pizza Has Reaped a Reward in Budapest ,

Reviewer: from Washington, DC - See all reviews by Malitzj

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
I am a self-anointed expert in all things pizza. It must be my Brooklyn upbringing but it is a role I have not run from. In fact it makes me land in Budapest after a long trip from DC, then check into our hotel, unpack, get out a map and immediately start walking the almost 4 km (2.5 miles) to check out what I had heard so much about. I was NOT DISAPPOINTED! This nondescript restaurant near the main Budapest rail station serves hands down the best gluten-free pizza I have ever eaten whether it be in the U.S are throughout Europe. Finally a place that understands the way to bake the crust so that the texture remains as one would expect from a non GF pizza. You can cut it, you can pick it up and eat it NYC style, but most of all you can savor it. It's not just the way they handle the crust that makes it so perfect it's the sauce and toppings as well. My wife had a regular pizza and she tried them both. Guess what? The gluten-free pizza won in a landslide. Ever have that happen to you before? Sure it's in Budapest, a bit of a stretch for some travelers, but with Budapest being such a rich city in history and tradition you might just find yourself there for a visit. When you do, beat it on down the road to Etna to help get your trip off to the right start.

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Budapest Brings In Some Fine Gluten Free Italian Dining,

Reviewer: from Washington, DC - See all reviews by Malitzj

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
After a magical evening of literally stumbling upon the musical event of the trip (Rózsavölgyi Szalon Arts & Café, which is a must stop on any trip to Budapest) we were ready for a meal that would bring the evening to the perfect climax. As we continued our stumbling ways we just followed our traveler's senses and found this charming Italian restaurant in Budapest's downtown area. After talking with the waiter for a bit in both English and iPhone produced Hungarian explanations we realized that he knew as much about what it means to be gluten-free as we could have hoped for. With that knowledge in hand, my wife and I agreed to share a few dishes after making sure that they were gluten-free and were cared for properly in the kitchen. I guess the proof is in the pudding since it turned into an oh so tasty and just as important, a very pleasant evening. We shared four dishes (and a bottle of wine) for a long night of dining. We started out with some Buffalo mozzarella with tomato and basil. It was excellent and plentiful, and as is often the case in Europe, we were not rushed in the least so we let our first course help set the pace for the rest of our meal. Our second course was some outstanding Tomato soup. It was totally pureed from fresh tomatoes with a splash of basil thrown in for color and taste. Our next course was a terrific risotto with steamed clams in a white wine sauce. Both the risotto and the clams were prepared perfectly. Normally three courses might be enough but we were in the mood to prolong the evening so Sea Bass it was. It was grilled to perfection and the mashed potatoes and vegetables that accompanied it were enjoyed almost as much as the bass. Yes, there were some dessert options, but maybe for another trip. We finished off our meal with some Pálinka, a traditional Hungarian fruit brandy. It was nice to be able to finish off the meal by partaking in a time-honored Hungarian custom. It was the crowning touch to a wonderful meal.

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Eating GF near the River Danube,

Reviewer: from Dunaújváros, Hungary - See all reviews by Schumi

5.0 Palms
5.0 Palms
A safe place for coeliacs. The main shef is a coeliac herself and the other ccoks also know how to cook GF. The restaurant serves very tasty dishes and also has a beautiful view.

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