Gluten Free Restaurant Reviews for Central Eastern Europe

4.0 Palms
4.0 Palms
Various Restaurants in Hungary
Review Type: Restaurant
Location: Budapest and other cities/towns
Dedicated GF: No
Website: See full URL below in the review...
Contact: Judit Schummel / Schumi of the Hungarian Celiac Society
Trip Type: Family meal/vacation
Travel Dates: November 2009
Review Posted: Nov 30, 2009
Map It Various Restaurants in Hungary


Website that's a great resource for restaurants in Hungary

This Hungarian Celiac Society website has information on
gluten-free in Budapest and other Hungarian towns/cities.
list restaurants that have gluten-free items on their menu or
have a working knowledge of gluten-free food preparation.
There is even a map pinpointing the restaurants and a description (in Hungarian) of Celiac Disease that you can print out and show
to the server/manager/chef at a restaurant to help you
communicate your needs. Visit the English version of their site
at (cut and paste this link)



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