Based on the reviews we tried Il Convento last night...and are going back tonight. It's easy to find and no more than a 10 min. walk from anywhere in the Old City and seems to be poplular w/the locals. I had the Czech Menu that included the variety of wine w/each course. Splendid! And a great value. The food was outstanding....my husband had the risotto which was freshly made, rich & creamy. What a treat! Initially we were going to eat in the courtyard, but there was a loud band playing at a nearby venue that forced us inside. And we are glad we did. The interior is dark wood, romantic and our waiter, Michael, was a delight and very helpful. He spoke wonderful English and made recommendations that were spot-on! We ended our evening w/the creme brulee. Not the normal vanilla.....3 dishes of different flavors: chocolate, banana and mint. Lovely ending to a wonderful meal. Expensive? Not considering all the terrific flavors we experienced. Try it....you won't be disappointed and ask for Michael...you won't be disapointed in the service.
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