When you go, ask for a table on the second floor overlooking the kitchen. There's just something special and addictive about watching the chefs whip up all the different dishes.
I decide on the Braised Lamb Shank in Saffron Risotto ($64.00). The meat is tender and well cooked, and the texture and taste of the Risotto complements it perfectly.
The darling has the Lasagne al Forno (Wood-fired oven-baked pasta, beef ragout and parmesan, $43.00). I thought it was decently good, but not particularly outstanding or delicious.
If you haven't yet visited Prego, it's highly recommended - and the prices are reasonable though, as long as you avoid the restaurant scam of charging you $24 for a bottle of still or sparkling water.