Pronto has lots of character thanks to its high ceilings and large bay windows, attractive wood bar, visible kitchen, and apparent cellar. The service is relaxed but very efficient. It is pleasant to be able to taste the wine before choosing. The classic Italian menu is designed around excellent quality, skillfully handled ingredients and the dishes are very attractively presented. The pepper flavor of the arugula salad seasoned with an excellent olive oil gives character to the tasty, thinly sliced beef carpaccio. The Taglioni al tartuffo are cooked al dente, and the truffle pasta is perfectly dosed so that the taste of the truffle is delicate and not in the least overpowering. The Valrhona chocolate brownie served with a scoop of white chocolate ice cream and ricotta mousse is a great success. It is unexpectedly refreshing, delicate and lightly sweetened. Thumbs up for the coffee worthy of a barista!