Pronto is a small yet admirable restaurant that serves Italian food. Dubbed as the ‘neighbourhood Italian’ with an upmarket aesthetic, you would want to make early reservations as it fills up quickly. The restaurant has large windows and glass doorways, which gives it a bright ambiance. Their menu options are extensive, ranging from pasta di carnes to vegetarian pastas and pizzas. Each item has a detailed description which highlights the specific ingredients used. Suitable for romantic dates and any get-together, the authentic Italian menu is bound to have customers coming back.

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Pronto is situated in The Colony Shopping Centre, along Jan Smuts Avenue.

 

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    Shop 18A, The Colony Shopping Centre
    345 Jan Smuts Avenue
    Craighall, Johannesburg

  • Opening Hours:
    Monday: 08h30 – 16h00, Tuesday - Saturday: 08h30 – 23h30, Sunday: 08h30 – 16h00
  • Price Range:
    R180 for two
  • Type of Cuisine:
    Casual Dining
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Rochelle K Says:

Went to Pronto for Sunday lunch. The food was fresh and excellent. The choice is quite overwhelming and there is definitely something to cater for all tastes. We shared a delicious salad for starters...

Paul J Says:

Pronto always delivers with great food and service. The wine list is comprehensive, and reasonably priced. A bonus is that they serve prosecco by the glass. Hearty salads are large enough to be...

Cathy C Says:

We had a lovely dinner our at Pronto. We shared the pan fried mushroom starter which was divine!! The pastas at Pronto are always delicious and we were not disappointed. The Salsiccia is a favourite...

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