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Steers - Somerset West



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It's about helping you over the Monday morning blues with a great cuppa java. It's about sharing good food and good times with your buds - whether it's a quick pre-jol bite in the car or a late night post-jol munchie attack. It's about helping you celebrate "hump day" in the middle of the week and giving you that little "pick me up" on the days in between. We've been doing it for almost 50 years, and with 480 restaurants and 26 diners across the country we can do it for you today.

Steers - Somerset West

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Latitude -34.0846° S 34.0846° S 34° 5' 4.56" -34° 5.076'
Longitude 18.8520° E 18.8520° E 18° 51' 7.2" 18° 51.12'
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Martinville
Somerset West
Western Cape
South Africa
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