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Settled in the Alps, the history of Austria is long and varied but with famous dishes including schnitzel, are they any good for those on a Gluten free diet? Check here for others experiences of the country.

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Scarabocchio
Josefstadt, Vienna View On Map
All Pizzas can be made gluten free as well as most pasta dishes. Pizza base is thin and crispy, and various types of pasta are available too. Even gluten free beer to wash it all down with. My new favourite restaurant in the world!!
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2016-09-02

Himal Nepali
Innsbruck, Tirol View On Map
Lovely restaurant in the university part of the city. All main dishes are gluten free and instead of naan bread you are given extra poppadoms.
Recommended By: Alan Shearer On: 2016-02-14


Kurkonditorei Oberlaa
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Step forward Kurkonditorei Oberlaa who have nine cafes in Vienna and were able to provide me with both a gluten free and a nut free cake. The cakes at Kurkonditorei Oberlaa were beautifully displayed in a refrigerated cabinet. I was really impressed with the clear labeling. I was also impressed that there were gluten free, lactose free and even diabetic options available. When I showed our waiter my German language Coeliac card he led me to the counter to discuss which of the options did not contain almonds, hazelnuts or chestnuts as well as being gluten free. I thoroughly enjoyed this magnificent piece of molton chocolate mousse. And I enjoyed it even more when Mr D pronounced it superior to his (non-gluten free) Sachertorte. Love it when that happens.

We visited Kurkonditorei Oberlaa at both the interesting Naschmarkt and also at Landstraßer Hauptstraße. The latter location is 1 minute's walk from Wien Mitte station where the airport shuttle departs from meaning you could have one last gluten free cake fix before heading to the airport for your journey home.
Recommended By: @GlutenFreeMrsD / glutenfreemrsd.com On: 2012-05-02


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