Tiny treasure hidden in Little Italy. Mini cannoli are to die for. Service was friendly and attentive. No place to sit is only drawback. Do not miss.
This is more quiet than the other bakery in area. However, this does not take away from its value. It is just wonderful. Delicious desserts and coffee. We value this bakery. Cappucino on spot.
Great suggestion from the girl at Macy's!! Dinner at IL Cortile and desert to go from La Bella Ferrara!! Wide variety of different pastries and Cannoli flavours. Boxed them up hop on the subway and relaxed desert back at the hotel.
We found this one Sunday morning whist wondering round Little Italy. It was great and soon got busy. It had Gelato to die for and the most amazing array of bakes pastries, artisan cakes and too much to mention. We had a Lobster Claw and some miniature patisserie items The coffee was great and the service was good - I... More
We visited Ferrara's to taste their Cannolis off the back of some really positive reviews and we were not disappointed! We ordered 4 cannolis and 2 sfogliatelle and they were perfectly baked and tasted amazing. There is a huge range of cakes and pastries available, and they serve rather good coffee also. They are not cheap but you expect to... More
Use to always love this place but the last few times ...have been mediocre at best. I don't think the bakery is run and owned by the Italian family Angeleri. I believe it is owned by Chinese. The manager there is Chinese and is kind of bossy to the other ladies working there. The service was really odd.
Stopped here for a cannoli based on the reviews, and it did not dissappoint. I now know what cannoli is supposed to taste like! This is a small place in Little Italy with a wide assortment of treats...but, the cannoli must be included in your selection. Prices are very reasonable. We will definitely return on our next trip.
ABSOLUTELY the tastiest cannoli (variety of flavors but the original with powdered sugar) ever. You may want to buy the mini size so you won't feel too bad when you have more than one (you won't be able to have just one). Other Italian baked goods there are exceptional as well.
Located on Mulberry St in Little Italy. The cafe is no longer but the bakery still exists. So you can go in and grab a pastry to go. Some of the best Italian pastries you will ever have are here. Be sure to visit Ferrara on Grand Ave which has been open since 1892. The have a larger selection with... More
A great place to sit and watch the world go by, while enjoying magnificent desserts and espresso. The cannoli we ate was the quintessential taste of New York City's amazing pastries. It was even kicked up a notch by the best espresso we had, served by a great waiter and at a reasonable cost anyone can afford. I hope everyone... More
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