Austria

Austria society

Dietary explanation 

Deutsch

Ich habe Zöliakie und darf aus medizinischen Gründen keine Speisen essen, die glutenhältiges Getreide oder daraus hergestellte Produkte beinhalten.

Das bedeutet: 

Keine Produkte aus Weizen, Roggen, Gerste, Dinkel, Kamut und Hafer sowie alle daraus hergestellten Lebensmittel wie Mehl, Grieß, Brösel, Brot, Gebäck, Teigwaren, Knödel, Soßen, Kuchen, Waffeln etc. 

Gibt es auf Ihrer Speisekarte für mich geeignete Speisen oder können Sie bei der Zubereitung die oben angeführten Lebensmittel weglassen wie z.B. die Sauce mit Maisstärke oder Kartoffelmehl binden und das Fleisch, den Fisch oder das Gemüse ohne Mehl oder Brösel zubereiten?

That means in 

English

I am suffering from celiac disease and therefore because of medical reasons I am not allowed to eat any foods which contain gluten-containing cereals or products of these.

This means: 

No products from wheat, rye, barley, spelt, kamut and oats as well as products of these like flour, semolina, breadcrumbs, bread, pastry, noodles, dumplings, sauces, cakes, wafers etc. 

Are there any dishes on your menu which are suitable for me or can you prepare a meal without above mentioned foods e.g. to use maizestarch or potatoflour for the sauce and to prepare the meat, the fish or vegetables without flour or breadcrumbs?


Where to buy gluten-free food

Glutenfree food can be bought at the following supermarkets and stores:

dm-Drogeriemarkt: www.dm-drogeriemarkt.at – drugstores with a huge variety of glutenfree products © Österreichische Arbeitsgemeinschaft Zöliakie Alle Angaben ohne Gewähr Stand 01/2014

 

Merkur: www.merkurmarkt.at – frozen products of DS-Food and Schaer, and fresh baked glutenfree bread can be ordered

Spar: www.spar.at – special products FREE FROM…, – not in smaller shops, if possible call before.

Billa: www.billa.at – not in smaller shops, if possible call before

Unimarkt: www.unimarkt.at – shops not in every region of Austria

Zielpunkt: www.zielpunkt.at – only at bigger stores

Bäckerei Grimm: www.grimm.at – glutenfree bakery in Vienna – glutenfree bread and cookies have to be ordered in advance

at health food stores: www.herold.at/gelbe-seiten/was_reformh%C3%A4user// 

You will find the adresses of the shops on the internet.


Foodlist

You can buy our current food-list for EUR 25,–

Please contact:

Mrs. Petra Pries

Österreichische Arbeitsgemeinschaft Zöliakie

Urlaub und Gastronomie

A – 5110 Oberndorf, Staufenstraße 43

gastronomie@zoeliakie.or.at 

tourismus@zoeliakie.or.at 

www.zoeliakie.or.at

In Austria ingredients containing gluten have to be declared on the food packaging (together with other allergens) and we have also the international glutenfree symbol on many of our products.

If you go shopping without the food-list, avoid products which mention one of the following ingredients on their labels:

Mehl – flour (usually wheat-flour)

Weizen – wheat

Gerste – barley

Roggen – rye

Hafer – oats

Semmelbrösel – breadcrumbs

Griess – semolina

Waffel – wafer

Don’t buy mixed or breaded meat products – frozen or fresh – like FASCHIERTEN BRATEN, FASCHIERTE LAIBCHEN = FLEISCHLAIBCHEN, CEVAPCICI, WIENER SCHNITZEL, CORDON BLEU and anything that says PANIERTE on its label.


Places to stay & eat

Hotels and boarding houses

Hotels and pensions in bigger cities usually offer bed and breakfast and those in the country side also offer half and full board. The Austrian Coeliac Society keeps a list of those hotels which offer gluten-free meals. Higher priced hotels offer a breakfast buffet. Some hotels offer glutenfree breakfast on special request.

Restaurants

In addition to eating in a “Restaurant” you can also take meals in a “Gasthaus” which offers typical Austrian cuisine, usually for more reasonable prices. In Austrian cooking flour and breadcrumbs are used very often, even with vegetables!

Please take the German dietary explanation with you, then the staff in the restaurants will help you to find glutenfree dishes.

Try to choose one of the following dishes which traditionally are prepared gluten-free:

Suppen – Soups: 

Hausgemachte Bouillon = klare Rindsuppe – Self-made Bouillon (thin soup, broth)

mit Ei oder Reis – with egg-yolk or rice

Klare Gemüsesuppe – Plain vegetable soup

Hauptspeisen – Main courses: 

Tafelspitz – Beef, boiled

Brathuhn, Grillhuhn (Hendl = Huhn) – Chicken, fried or grilled

Forelle blau – Trout, steamed

Grillspeisen, Grillspieß (Fleisch oder Fisch) – Grilled meat or fish

McDonalds Hamburger (ohne Brot-Laibchen!) – McDonalds hamburgers (without roll!)

Beilagen – Side-dishes: 

Reis – Rice

Erdäpfel = Kartoffel (mit Petersilie, Röst, Brat Salz-Erdäpfel, Erdäpfelschmarren, Pommes frites -Potatoes (with parsley, sauté, fried, boiled, french fries)

Gemüse (nur “englisch”) – Vegetables (only prepared the “English way”)

Salat: alle Arten – Salad: all kinds

Nachspeisen (Desserts) – Desserts: 

Kastanienreis (Maroni) mit Schlagobers (Sahne) – Sweet chestnut with whipped cream

Baiser mit Schlagobers (Sahne) (Windbäckerei) – Meringue with whipped cream

Obstsalat – Fruit salad

Kompott (alle Arten) – Stewed fruit (all kinds)

Eis = Gefrorenes – Ice cream

For further information please contact the Austrian Coeliac Society:

Mrs. Petra Pries

Österreichische Arbeitsgemeinschaft Zöliakie

Urlaub und Gastronomie

A – 5110 Oberndorf, Staufenstraße 43

gastronomie@zoeliakie.or.at 

tourismus@zoeliakie.or.at 

www.zoeliakie.or.at


Last update of this Travel Net information: January 2014

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