For both meal #2 and meal #3, SP chose Chicken Calabrese (Calabrese sausage, roquito chillies, peppers, red onion, rosemary, spinach, and cherry tomatoes in a pomodoro sauce) and a Mixed Salad side.
For my third and final meal at Prezzo, I ordered Grilled Chicken Funghi (mushrooms and spinach in a marsala wine sauce) with the mixed salad. There's no photo. It was delicious. Lots of mushrooms and wilted spinach in a delicious marsala sauce.
The night that my mom joined us for dinner, for dessert she ordered a mini dessert: Vanilla Cheesecake (with fresh raspberries and raspberry coulis or salted caramel sauce) and a hot beverage. She chose raspberry coulis and cappuccino.
Overall, we quite enjoyed our three meals at Prezzo. The staff were always helpful in opening the wheelchair door and accommodating our requests (no garlic and salad before entree). We were always seated right away, no fuss with a reservation or long wait time, asked if the table was OK for us, and we left feeling full and happy. Plus, it was so darn close to the hotel so it was super convenient. I think on our second dinner, SP was served the wrong entree, but he pointed it out right away, they apologized and quickly brought him the correct entree. A problem, yes, but one that was quickly corrected and he had his salad to munch on while it was corrected.
Another solid suggestion if you're visiting London and not sure where to eat. I'm a little surprised at some reviews I read because we found service to be quite good, we were able to relax and linger, the portions were on the large side but not too large and the food was good. As I said, a British version of Bravo Cucina.