We loved Budapest! And eating Gluten free was very easy. I carried around a card explaining Celiac Disease and the need for a strict gluten free diet in Hungarian. It was obvious that Europeans have a much better understanding of both the Celiac Disease and the diet. Every time I presented the card the restaurant staff nodded and said, "Yes, no problem". And I enjoyed a number of ethnic dishes including gulyás, gulyás stew, chestnut puree and lots of pork. Pork must be the national meat in Budapest and unlike the lean white meat we get here, Hungarian pork is red and very fatty, which was delicious! We took a tour of several markets including the Central Market Hall with Carolyn Bánfalvi, a food and wine expert who wrote The Terroir Guide, Good Wine Budapest, my primary guide book to Budapest! Carolyn is an American, living in Hungary with her husband and two children. She arranged dinner reservations for us and took us on a day tour of the markets.