Roman's Pizza R189 deal

One of my absolute favourite pizza places*, Roman’s Pizza, has launched a pretty damn good deal. For R189.90 you’ll get two large pizzas from the Rumbling/Grumblings ranges. The combo also includes a 2l cool drink and a 1.8l tub of chocolate or vanilla ice cream from Ola’s Rich & Creamy range. For an additional R199.89, you can choose pizzas from the Famished range, or R210 for the Ravenous range. Get 2 Large Pizzas from our Rumbling/Grumbling ranges + a 2L Coca-Cola Product + a 1.8L Tub of Rich & Creamy Chocolate or Vanilla Ice Cream for ONLY R189.90 or ONLY R199.90 for Famished or ONLYRead More →

romans pizza

If you’re looking for an easy lunch of supper option, Roman’s Pizza has you covered. The pizza franchise is running a special at R124.90 for any two large pizzas. The special will run until 30 August and is only valid from Sunday to Wednesday weekly. Those are the only real restrictions, but Roman’s Pizza does link to its Terms & Conditions page for a few extra bits of information. Some of their pizza offerings include pepperoni deluxe (Tomato base, pepperoni & garlic), seafood (Tomato base, mussels, shrimp, calamari, garlic, herbs and olive oil), and sweet chilli chicken (Sweet chilli base, chicken, piquanté peppers & fetaRead More →

romans pizza gluten free

In July 2016, Romans Pizza sent out a tweet asking if it should stock gluten-free pizza bases. The franchise has been relatively quiet on the subject, but it seems those bases are now available. While this new offering is news to us at Next Window Plz, it was first advertised in January of this year, though not much since. Seen today at the Durbanville branch (pictured above), Romans Pizza is offering its customers gluten-free bases at R15 extra per pizza. The only restriction, it seems, is that customers will need to order a large pizza for the option. That’s pretty standard when it comes toRead More →

Fast-food chain, Romans Pizza, has tweeted asking if customers want gluten-free pizzas. This will allow the chain to cater to a wider-range of consumers. Gluten-free products have seen a boom over the last few years, whether consumers have a gluten allergy, Celiac disease, or are simply adopting the lifestyle. Romans offers a two-for-one pricing system for their pizzas where customers pay for the most expensive one. Their pepperoni and seafood are my favourites, but it’s not often possible to get them, due to my fiance having a gluten allergy. If the chain starts selling gluten-free bases (even for an additional price), then everyone wins. WantRead More →