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Gluten Free Dining In Salzburg
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My daughter will be studying abroad in Salzburg. Does anyone have any tips on eating gluten free in Salzburg? We've visited Germany and have shopped at a Reformhaus for gluten-free food. Are there stores like this in Salzburg? Any restaurants that are familiar with gluten free dining?

I would appreciate any info. Thanks!!

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There are two Nordsee restaurants in Salzburg, at Getreidegasse 11 and at Europapark 2, Shop 138, Europastrasse 1. Nordsee is a cafeteria-style seafood restaurant that serves mostly breaded fish that is unsuitable for celiacs, but they always have grilled salmon available, and sometimes have some other fish that has no gluten ingredients. They also have salads that are OK. Nordsee is NOT ideal for celiacs; there is a risk of CC, but I have chosen to eat there and have been satisfied. I enjoy the casual, non-smoking environment, and have not (to my knowledge) been served contaminated food.

In 2008 I sent an email, asking about their gluten-free menu items, and got the following list (in German; not all things on this list will be available at one time):

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Thank you so much for the replies! They are very helpful.

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She might want to look at shopping online and having gluten free items delivered to her.

I visited Salzburg recently and there weren't a lot of options re dining. There are Reformhaus stores which are great. But I didn't see any gluten free options on any restaurant menu during my trip. I showed my coeliac translation card to a waiter and he just looked at me and said, "everything has wheat!". Generally I just got them to pan fry me a piece of fish and ordered some parsley potatoes and a salad with olive oil dressing.

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Thank you so much for the replies! They are very helpful.

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Since the above Nordsee list was a couple of years old, I contacted the company and received this reply (in English). It's not as thorough as the list above, but this is what I received as of September 15, 2010:

Enclosed you will find a list of some of our gluten-free dishes and products:

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She might want to look at shopping online and having gluten free items delivered to her.

I visited Salzburg recently and there weren't a lot of options re dining. There are Reformhaus stores which are great. But I didn't see any gluten free options on any restaurant menu during my trip. I showed my coeliac translation card to a waiter and he just looked at me and said, "everything has wheat!". Generally I just got them to pan fry me a piece of fish and ordered some parsley potatoes and a salad with olive oil dressing.

Thanks! I did suggest this to her too. We will be visiting in December, and the landlord of the condo we're renting gave us these restaurant options: (I'm still in the process of checking them out and will update when we get back in January.)

Stiftskeller St. Peter

5020 Salzburg, St. Peter Bezirk 1/4

Tel. 0662/848481-34, Fax 0662/848481-75

st.peter@haslauer.at, www.haslauer.at

Chef: Hermann Gstrein

Steinlechner - Jedermann

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If you go to this website and search in Salzburg State you get a couple of restaurant and hotel suggestions

http://www.glutenfrei-unterwegs.de/suche.php

This website also came up with more spots

http://www.glutenfreeroads.com/en/glutenfree-travel/

If you want yome German allergy vocab you can get it from this website

http://www.ecc-kiel.de/EVZkiel/food-infos/allergy-lexicon.html

and this website does allergy cards in German

www.Lame Advertisement.com

hope this helps

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If you go to this website and search in Salzburg State you get a couple of restaurant and hotel suggestions

http://www.glutenfrei-unterwegs.de/suche.php

This website also came up with more spots

http://www.glutenfreeroads.com/en/glutenfree-travel/

If you want yome German allergy vocab you can get it from this website

http://www.ecc-kiel.de/EVZkiel/food-infos/allergy-lexicon.html

and this website does allergy cards in German

www.Lame Advertisement.com

hope this helps

Thank you so much! This was really helpful!

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