Why there is a roast goose for St. Martin’s Day is not entirely clear. The legend says that the monk Martin hid in a goose barn when he was about to be consecrated as bishop. But the goose chattered so excitedly that he was discovered and finally consecrated Bishop of Tours. It is more likely, however, that the St. Martin’s goose goes back to the annually accruing feudal obligation of the farmers.
One thing is sure : Martin’s day at the Waldgasthof & Hotel “Am Sauwald” is tasty!
Please reserve your table at : 03733 / 56 99 90.
Whether whole goose for your family table, crispy goose legs or juicy goose breast; in the restaurant “Am Sauwald”, ENJOYMENT is garanteed.