Pay R70 instead of R140 for any two large pizzas at Speza (save 50%)
- Save 50% on any two large pizzas (excluding seafood pizzas)
- Selection of delicious pizzas
- Intimate and cosy restaurant
- Booking essential: 031 764 2552
- One Groupon per person
- Groupon redeemable for lunch, Monday to Sunday; dinner, Monday to Thursday
- Groupon not valid for take-aways
- Groupon excludes gratuity
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon not valid for seafood pizzas
It is said that while exploring the unchartered seas, Ferdinand Magellan fell into a mound of melted cheese in the galley, attempted to free himself from it but instead rolled into a mix of tomatoes and flat bread depleting the ship of all its food resources. The crew proceeded to lick him to freedom for the rest of the journey and the head chef added a new meal to his menu. Follow in Magellan's footsteps and fill your belly with any two delicious pizzas for R70 from Speza.
A pizza paints a thousand words. To a healthy appetite, it paints one of appeasing key points, making sure to satisfy the hopes of every taste bud in your mouth. When you park your rear-end in a comfy Speza seat, the story is no different. Choosing from a selection of mouth-watering pizzas, you’ll feast your eyes on scrumptious-looking pizzas, and watch the swift hand to mouth motions that unfold. With a belly full and satisfied, don’t be surprised when your tummy starts sending gracious thank yous through your mouth.
In the intimate space of the Speza restaurant, enjoying a meal is only a pleasure. Open for both lunch and dinner, pizza enthusiasts can feast on delicious pizzas whenever the craving arises, though only one Groupon will be accepted. When Magellan fell into that cheese mix, he had no idea how fortunate his accident would actually become.
Cheese Fact: In Siberia, cheese is used to tame wild bean-rats. The smell of cheese supposedly stuns them and makes them crave salami. This phenomenon has dubbed them "salami rats" and can closely be compared to the craving humans get for vienna sausages.