One of the essential ingredients of Mediterranean cuisine is olive oil. It has been used for thousands of years. The olive pulp contains almost a third of oil, so it is easily removed simply by pressing.
It was during the expansion of Greek civilization in the seventh century BC that olive oil reached the Italian territory. The higher quality oil is called extra virgin, and is obtained from olives in a good condition, is free of defects and has an acidity of less than 0.8°.
Il Falco Restaurant selects the highest quality brands such as Edda Extra Virgin, as it has better flavor and a special consistency that gives an unique touch to all our dishes.