I have celiac disease, and I recently ate at this location. I ordered the schweinebraten, and it was DELICIOUS. I had zero reaction to the food that I ate. My husband is a non-celiac and ordered bauernschmaus. I sampled some of his food, and it was also wonderful. Of note, the gluten free menu does not list the sides that are included with each dish. So, make sure to keep the full menu to compare and check that your included side is on the GF menu. I would definitely eat here again. It was a great experience!
— Separate gluten-free menu
Dined at Grunauer for the first time and will definitely return. The gluten-free menu offers several choices adapted from the regular Austrian/German menu. The most obvious adaptation is substitution of mashed potatoes in place of spaetzle. I had an enjoyable Hungarian beef gulasch in a slightly spicy paprika sauce and with mashed potatoes. The GF dessert was a flourless chocolate cake topped with chopped hazelnuts, resting in a bed of chocolate sauce, and with a large heap of whipped cream on the side (I consider it better than most flourless chocolate cakes). My wife, a non-celiac, had a delicious Traditional Schnitzel with potato and cucumber salad and, for dessert, a tasty apple strudel with a large heap of whipped cream on the side. Our server was knowledgeable about gluten-free. This is a mid-scale restaurant with superior service from a well-trained, professional staff.