New in town: Pronto Prata, Toa Payoh — A social project by Springleaf Prata Place and The Social Kitchen

Springleaf Prata Place, a local prata chain, has opened up a new cafe in Toa Payoh. The outlet, named Pronto Prata, is a collaboration between the former with The Social Kitchen—a social enterprise that partners with community organisations to employ differently-abled individuals for F&B jobs.

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Aptly named pronto also known as speedy in Italian, the cafe aims to ‘efficiently train people with disabilities’ to run the kitchen, and handle the cooking and cleaning. Special equipment like automated machines to make teh tarik and mee goreng have also been installed in the kitchen in addition to helping staff with disabilities lighten their workload.

The cafe’s menu will also feature a range of unique prata flavours and local dishes. The Prontoast (S$2.50 per pieceS$4.50 for two pieces) is a rendition of the classic French toast consisting of Springleaf’s signature prata dipped in eggs and milk, and pan-fried. You can also opt to add on Chicken Spam (S$1) or Peanut Butter (S$0.80).

If a French toast isn’t to your liking, you can opt to order the Raclette Prata (S$9.90) or Prata Alfredo (S$10.90) amid other dishes. They also have meat-free dishes for those of you who aren’t a fan of meat.

One thing’s for sure: if you want to explore new and unique prata dishes, Pronto Prata is the place to be.

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Pronto Prata

7A Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Agape Village, #01-01, Singapore 319264


Pronto Prata

7A Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Agape Village, #01-01, Singapore 319264

Operating Hours: 8am - 8pm (Daily)

Operating Hours: 8am - 8pm (Daily)
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