Mobile Cannoli Truck in Hoboken!

La Bella Torte serves Hoboken some pastries & cannoli’s

Did you know we have another part-time member to add to the Hoboken Lunch Truck Brigade?

La Bella Torte is now making appearances in the Mile Square. The “gourmet mobile cafe” is based out of Brooklyn, NY – and was founded by two people who “wanted to make a little extra money and found a passion for desserts and pastries, especially the cannoli.”

You can subscribe to their Facebook page for updates – or even give them a ring at 718-208-0984.

They expect to be in Hoboken again today.

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9 Comments on "Mobile Cannoli Truck in Hoboken!"

prop19
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prop19

All this, and no lines. Nice addition!

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

first taste the difference and then you make the choice..carlos is a bit high but no way this roach coach compares..btw i dont go on line for carlos ..your call
[quote comment=”206915″]All this, and no lines. Nice addition![/quote]

mooshu
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mooshu

I go to Giorgio’s. I like my pastries drama-free.[quote comment=”206920″]first taste the difference and then you make the choice..carlos is a bit high but no way this roach coach compares..btw i dont go on line for carlos ..your call

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FransItalianDeli
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FransItalianDeli

We often have a small selection of Cannolis, Lobster Tails & Napoleans if anyone is looking for a late morning or after lunch snack with a nice cup of french caramel coffee….[quote comment=”206933″]I go to Giorgio’s. I like my pastries drama-free.[/quote]

mooshu
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mooshu

Frans, you’ve tempted me with that french caramel coffee.[quote comment=”206945″]We often have a small selection of Cannolis, Lobster Tails & Napoleans if anyone is looking for a late morning or after lunch snack with a nice cup of french caramel coffee….

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prop19
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prop19

That’s great, where are you located?[quote comment=”206945″]We often have a small selection of Cannolis, Lobster Tails & Napoleans if anyone is looking for a late morning or after lunch snack with a nice cup of french caramel coffee….

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wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

mooshu,,Your choice..Its a wonder this guy stays in business..must own the bldg .cannot compare with buddys aka carlos ..the key is both bakerys are loaded wiith to much sugar..no reason for that.Had cosmos stood in business he would give cake boss a battle..hard roles and lobester tails you cannot match anywhere..that other german bakery on washington st btn 5th and 6th or further north..you need to give up your first born and one eye or lung..kidding for a piece of anything…My choice dunken donnuts…same chit fried in oil…brought in by trucks some pre cooked such as mc donalds..those egg mc muffins not made on the premiisces..junk but so many love it..[quote comment=”206933″]I go to Giorgio’s. I like my pastries drama-free.[/quote]

prop19
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prop19

Hey, that’s great. I’m going to go to Giorgio’s too. What’s good there?[quote comment=”206933″]I go to Giorgio’s. I like my pastries drama-free.

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mooshu
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mooshu

Cannolis with (or without) the chocolate shells are great. I’m not sure what kind of cookies you like, but whatever fruit-filled ones they have are delicious. Cakes are really good as well (Tiramisu, Cannoli, ice-cream, etc). I have yet to try their eclairs but everything usually tastes fresh, not dry or old or hard or anything like that.

Going there is a good idea. No lines, and Giorgio’s smells amazing. Be nice to the counter person![quote comment=”206941″]Hey, that’s great. I’m going to go to Giorgio’s too. What’s good there?

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