O Bun Pran Central

Lunch for under $10 is not only possible at Pran Central Shopping Centre, but it’s filling, delicious and on the menu every single day. Check out a line-up of restaurants that serve up swift and affordable eats to sate your cravings during the lunchtime rush!

What’s on the menu at Pran Central?

O-Bun features a range of Asian bao buns with your choice of filling. There’s everything from char siu pork to fried chicken, bulgogi beef, silken tofu and more. These delicious Bao buns start at just $4.20

Sugar Bowl has a gourmet offering of plentiful focaccias for just $7.50 a pop. Choose from salami, beef, chicken and vegetarian – all with an assortment of salads.

At Simply Indian, pick any two small curries with basmati rice for $9.90 or the ever-popular chicken tikka roll wrapped in naan bread for $9.50.

Sakana Japanese’s small teriyaki chicken with your choice of noodles or rice is $9. If sushi is more your thing, get a mixed pack for just $9.

Sandwich Chefs source freshly-baked artisanal bread and have fresh local produce delivered daily. They make many fillings from scratch, including their 14-hour slow-roasted beef and crackling pork. Grab half a wrap and a drink for $9.90

Juice instead?
Green St Juice Co. boasts a highly coveted range of cold-pressed juices, cleanses and shots that are 100% organic and made with carefully selected super foods and herbs. A juice will set you back around $9.

As part of Kaya Health Clubs, Kaya Espresso is their recently opened hole-in-the-wall café next door. With a range of caffeinated drinks, you’ll most certainly get change from a $10 note.

Pran Central is the ideal destination for a quick lunch break or pit stop after a day shopping on Chapel Street.

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