Our Quality Promise
At Debonairs Pizza, we take pride in providing our customers with good quality products. To live up to our quality promise, we produce hot and fresh out-the-oven pizzas using fresh dough that is prepared daily. All of our dairy products are locally sourced and produced.
FREE delivery conditions apply: minimum order of R79.80 is required to qualify for delivery. FREE delivery applies to predetermined areas around each Debonairs Pizza restaurant. Please check online or ask your nearest Debonairs Pizza restaurant if you fall within their specified free delivery area. Debonairs Pizza reserves the right to charge a delivery fee for areas further than a 3 km drive distance (with the exception of orders above R250). Debonairs Pizza furthermore reserves the right to not offer delivery to certain areas for distance, security and/or safety reasons.
Free Delivery will not apply for orders that are placed on a 3rd party aggregator platform and delivered by a 3rd party delivery service provider.
The Meteoric Rise of Debonairs Pizza
Debonairs Pizza is the leading pizza restaurant in Africa. It was established in 1991 by two university students, one being Craig McKenzie, who operated from a family bakery in Pietermaritzburg. In 1996 Debonairs Pizza was acquired by the highly successful Steers Group of Companies, (now Famous Brands) giving the restaurant access to the most professional and polished support system available within the fast food franchising industry.
Debonairs Pizza was founded on an innovative relationship marketing strategy which has become one of the corner-stones of the restaurant's success. We pride ourselves on our focused direct marketing strategy aimed at building long term relationships with our valued customers. This strategy has been supported by innovative and creative advertising campaigns. The Debonairs Pizza business strategy has been built on the principle of extrapolating consumer insights. Thus ensuring that the brand remains relevant to both consumers, and within the QSR environment. The identified need for innovation has become a brand philosophy that filters through to the development and implementation of all business strategies.