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Fuoco e Farina: Pizzeria Domicilio Pavia - Asporto

152 Viale Cremona, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy

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La pizzeria Fuoco e Farina garantisce la preparazione delle varie specialità solo utilizzando ingredienti freschi di prima scelta e tutto cotto nel tradizionale forno a legna.

Presso la pizzeria si accettano ticket di ogni genere.

Un efficiente servizio di consegna a domicilio a Pavia è il nostro punto di forza.
152 Viale Cremona, Pavia 27100, Lombardia, Italy
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