"Gusto Bene" serves at least gluten-free sausages (bockwurst).
"Jung" is located before and after passport control and serves gluten-free salads and sausages.
"Flyer One" serves versatile collection of dishes from tomato soup and salads to sausages and "real" meals like steaks and other meat dishes. They understand what gluten-free means and promised to print G signs to their next menu card
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