Wild garlic oil

Allium ursinum, commonly known as ramson or wild garlic, is a medium-sized bulbous perennial with a distinctive and pungent garlicky smell that pervades woodland in spring.

Its leaves can be eaten raw in salads, or blanched and used in place of spinach, or made into a delicious soup and pesto or a bright green and aromatic oil.

Wild garlic oil recipe is so simple we want to share it with you! To start you need equal amount of wild garlic leaves and olive oil.

Now come join us to see how we use it on our menu!


When you pick wild species, we recommend to always double check your identification through a trusted source, and do not comsume them unless you are sure they are safe and edible.