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Roman's Pizza - Polokwane (Palm Centre)



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Every Roman's Pizza meal is made from the finest imported ingredients, all the way from Greece and Italy, as well as the freshest local ingredients. All our meals are prepared to order and are therefore guaranteed to be fresh, delicious and straight from the oven. Our staff are here to ensure that your pizza experience is truly fit for a king. We are the pizza perfectionists, and we can prove it with our proud and passionate price promotion.

Romans Pizza - Polokwane (Palm Centre)

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Latitude -23.9087° S 23.9087° S 23° 54' 31.32" -23° 54.522'
Longitude 29.4559° E 29.4559° E 29° 27' 21.24" 29° 27.354'
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Shop 1, Palm Centre
Grobler Street
Polokwane
Limpopo
South Africa
Phone No.
015 295 7633
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 15 295 7633

Fax No.
015 296 4813
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 15 296 4813

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