Sasso is a 10-minute drive up a bumpy road off the Via Aurelia, and the restaurant is a spacious country villa. As an evening meal, we shared a ham antipasto and, as a special treat, one of us had pasta with truffles (a unique flavour). Next to us, they were serving a table of 20, but this had no impact: we received kind, friendly, and quick service (English-speaking). The atmosphere is pleasant, and the pricing modest and very fair: we paid 60 euro for three people and were charged only for one glass of wine (the glasses are huge, and two of us shared). Driving back down, the lights of the seaside resorts reminded me of views from Mt. Etna. I would definitely come here again.
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