Noble Roman's Pizza: "and Tuscano's Italian Style Subs" Top 5 Page for this destination United States of America Restaurant Tip by grandmaR

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According to their website:

The concept for Noble Roman's was created at Indiana University back in 1972.

? Crusts made with only specially milled flour with above average protein and yeast
? Fresh-packed, un-condensed sauce made with secret spices, Parmesan cheese and vine-ripened tomatoes
? 100% real cheese blended from Mozzarella and Muenster, with no soy additives or extenders
? 100% real meat toppings, again with no additives or extenders ? a real departure from the average pizza concept
? Vegetable and mushroom toppings that are sliced and delivered fresh, never canned
? An extended product line that includes breadsticks, pasta, baked sandwiches, salads, wings & a complete line of breakfast products

Noble Roman's Pizza is a franchise concept which allows you to have an actual pizzeria custom
designed to work inside your facility, be it large or small. The products come to you fully prepared, and we train on-site the simple process of assembling, baking and serving them to your guests.

Favorite Dish: Bob and I were in a doctor's office building and stopped for lunch. There were four choices - snack machines, Green Mountain Coffiee, Blimpie and Noble Roman's Pizza. Neither of us drink coffee, and Bob has a problem eating pizza, so he got a tuna sub at Blimpie. But the line at Noble Roman's was shorter, so I got a pizza and a bottle of juice instead of waiting for the sub line.

Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: No list of locations is offered on the website.
Phone: 1-800-585-0669 (franchises)
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 3
Theme: Pizza

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 12, 2007
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