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Japanese-Italian Café Chain Pronto From Tokyo Coming To Singapore

It first opened in 1988 and is jointly owned by Suntory and UCC.

Japanese-Italian Café Chain Pronto From Tokyo Coming To Singapore

Pronto Caffe & Bar — whether or not you've eaten here, you’ve probably seen this Japanese-Italian casual restaurant chain if you’ve been to Japan. After all, it has over 260 outlets across the country. In fact, it's in practically every Japanese neighbourhood. It serves affordable breakfast sets (from $5), pastas (from $12 as a set meal), pizzas, desserts and coffee by day; alcohol (from $8) and bar grub by night. And the Tokyo-born brand is opening its first branch in Singapore on June 13 at new Japanese food enclave Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen located at, well, Church Street in Capital Square.



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