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Posted by anonymous on 01/12/2015
Had a discount coupon of 40% off and bought $20. worth of pastries for $12. No line at 11:15am. Pastries did not have individual prices on them. There was a hanging sign above the counter that gave the range of prices (i.e. $1.50-$3.50 each for minis). I am a big fan of cannolis and sweet pastries yet the large lobster tail was the best out of my other 5 mini pastries bought. $5.75 is the regular price for 1 lobster tail. The crisp outer shell and a lot of fresh cream went well together. Delicious! If they offered another discount coupon, I'll only buy lobster tails!!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/28/2013
Wandered around the city and decided I wanted something sweet. I got a table for one & ordered strawberry shortcake, vanilla gelato & a lemonade. Everything was delicious! I wish there was more cake to the shortcake but otherwise it was delicious! I truly enjoyed my stop in.
Posted by BT on 08/12/2011
We stopped in for a little espresso and a dessert after a wonderful Italian meal at a nearby restaurant, and our waitress was indifferent, unhelpful and seemed to be annoyed to be employed. Our trays waited at the counter while the espresso got cold, and only then she did she finally feel behooved to deliver it. No water was offered and she added a tip presumptuously. The desserts were tasty and would have been better enjoyed to-go.
Posted by Becky A on 06/07/2011
The prices were steep but the cannolis were awesome!
Posted by Melinda on 12/31/2009
Don't let these jaded New Yorker reviews stop you from going here! These locals don't know how good they have it. This place is busy so try to arrive early--like before noon. The desserts are great and the coffee is very good--not Starbuck variety and lots of choices. Expect to pay $10--$15 a head, but where else do you go in NY for that price? Lots of fun especially for us tourists.
Posted by melissa on 06/15/2009
There is no point for a NYer to go to this Tourist attraction. The gellato is OK and totally overpriced. 8.25 for three scoops...omg that is insane. you should see the scoops. The desserts looked and tasted average and I think they are served from days before. I will certainly not go back, especially for a $6 cup of hot cocoa powder.
Posted by John on 02/15/2009
I'm a New Yorker for starters. I have eaten in NYC restaurants and cook as well. I found the prices to be overly expensive and the quality to be average at best. The prices are twice as high as Le Bella Ferrara ( Mulberry and Canal ) and the service by Ferrara Cafe is nothing to write home about. You can be certain that I will not pay another visit here. It is a tourist trap.