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Springleaf Prata Place Opens New Cafe With ‘French Toast’ Prata Made By Differently-Abled Staff

The outlet also offers other funky prata options like salted egg prawn and German-style “pratwurst”.

The outlet also offers other funky prata options like salted egg prawn and German-style “pratwurst”.

The outlet also offers other funky prata options like salted egg prawn and German-style “pratwurst”.

Prata chain Springleaf Prata Place has a new Toa Payoh cafe outlet, which was set up for a good cause. Called Pronto Prata, the latest branch is a collaboration with social enterprise The Social Kitchen, which partners organisations to employ differently-abled individuals for F&B jobs.

1 of 9 Speedy service

The cafe was named “pronto” (speedy in Italian) as it aims to “efficiently train people with disabilities” to man the kitchen and handle the cooking and cleaning.

  • 2 of 9 Special equipment

    To help staff with disabilities, special equipment such as automated machines to make teh tarik and mee goreng have been installed in the kitchen.

  • 3 of 9 The menu

    Pronto Prata’s menu also features a range of unique prata flavours, including an exclusive Prontoast (pictured, $2.50 for one; $4.50 for two), prata ‘French toast ‘ which consists of Springleaf’s signature prata dipped in eggs and milk and pan-fried. You can also add on Chicken Spam ($1) or Peanut Butter ($0.80).

  • 4 of 9 Mee Siam, $4

    Besides the Prontoast, Pronto also serves an exclusive Mee Siam ($4) and Carrot Cake, which the cafe’s business development manager says is still “under R&D”.

  • 5 of 9 Raclette prata, $9.90

    Other than prata French toast, the cafe offers Springleaf’s specialties such as the Praclette, based on the classic Swiss raclette dish which comprises melted cheese scraped onto prata stuffed with turkey ham, black olives, mushrooms and onions.

  • 6 of 9 Prata alfredo, $10.90

    Another ‘atas’ prata iteration is the Prata Alfredo, which comes with creamy alfredo sauce and mushrooms.

  • 7 of 9 Däs Prätwürst, $8.90

    This fancy option is modelled after the German street snack currywurst, and has chicken sausage-stuffed prata topped with curry sauce, mozzarella cheese and onions.

  • 8 of 9 Murtaburger, $8.50 ($10.50 for Impossible Meat option)

    There’s also a murtabak and burger hybrid, which has two pieces of prata cradling a lamb patty with mozzarella cheese, mayonnaise and cabbage.

  • 9 of 9 Address and opening hours

    Address: #01-01 Agape Village, 7A Toa Payoh Lor 8, S319264

    Tel: 8856-7119

    Opening hours: Open daily 8am-8pm


    Photos: Pronto Prata

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