Prego has been in Little Rock for a long time. The menu has had very few changes over the past several years. Menu is reliable, but unimpressive. The sauces are somewhat thin. The oven-baked entrees are the more reliable including the lasagna and the chicken prego. Salads are very good as are desserts. The setting in and old craftsman bungalow is really the best part of this restaurant. Movie and art posters line the walls as well as numerous knick-knacks and statues. There is a long private room for parties, but the flow of this room is quite akward. The large patio outside is a plus.