Are you planning a trip to Munich, Germany? Are you looking for gluten free recommendations? Check out my 2 day gluten free Munich itinerary.
Hofbräuhaus München: A huge and very popular beer hall in Germany. You might think that because it is a beer hall that you won’t be able to find anything gluten free, but I am here to tell you that you are wrong! Hofbräuhaus has a very extensive allergen menu that not only labels what has wheat, but also lists items that contain dairy, soy, etc. The allergen menu isn’t available online so make sure to ask your sever to find the menu for you. I went with a safe bet (I was worried about cross contamination) and ordered the Bavarian sausage + sauerkraut.
Gasthof Obermaier: By far my favorite place we ate in Munich! Gasthof Obermaier offers a traditional Bavarian menu which also includes TONS of gluten free options. Almost everything on the menu can be made gluten free, and the restaurant is incredibly knowledgeable about Celiac Disease. I ordered the gluten free wiener schnitzel and it was really awesome to be able to taste traditional food.
echt jetzt Bäckerei & Kaffeebar: I think this bakery might be fairly new because I had to do a lot of searching to find out this bakery existed. It is a 100% gluten free bakery and coffee bar located about one mile from Marienplatz. They offer tons of freshly baked breads, cookies, and several cakes. I tried the carrot cake, chocolate cookie, cheese roll, and one of their many foccacias.
Unfortunately we didn’t do a ton of eating in Munich because we were too busy exploring, but overall I felt that it was difficult to eat in Munich with Celiac Disease or a gluten allergy. I would recommend packing lots of your own personal snacks!
The items in yellow on the map under GF Restaurant Ideas are other gluten free restaurant suggestions in Munich, but I did not eat there. Here are the restaurants I did not have a chance to eat at:
Torten-Sternchen / Star’s Gluten Free Kitchen
Have fun planning and enjoy eating gluten free in Munich!