Dining in Europe: Dietary accommodations

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Later in the trip, Austria had the same attention to detail.

The food allergen reference key on the menu at Wirtshaus Nattererboden http://www.nattererboden.at/ (Warren Schultz)

The food allergen reference key on the menu at Wirtshaus Nattererboden http://www.nattererboden.at/ (Warren Schultz)

(I learned what lupins are as well. No, not wolves, diseases, nor characters in Harry Potter.)

And lest you worry, confections are covered as well:

Whisky and Black Forest brandy truffels in a shop in Innsbruck, Austria (Warren Schultz)

Whisky and Black Forest brandy truffels in a shop in Innsbruck, Austria (Warren Schultz)

So, the moral of the story is to make sure you check out the menu ahead of time for anywhere you want to eat if you have food allergies. The good news is, lots of places are ready to accommodate you, and you won’t have to struggle with the language barrier to ask what is safe to eat. Enjoy!

 

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