Truckin' In Texas

Day 4 - Sunday, February 24, 2019 - Austin’s Famous Food Trucks; Manoli's Ice Cream Pastries & Cakes

Manoli's Ice Cream Pastries & Cakes

603 W Live Oak St, Austin, TX 78704

(512) 387-5045

https://www.manolisusa.com/

This incredible old-fashioned European style bakery and ice cream shop is housed in a food truck! Manoli’s motto is “Everything you see here is made in-house with love and care!” Like a kid in a candy shop, there were so many delicious looking selections; it was difficult to make a choice. Thank goodness they were very generous and gave free samples!

Earning five stars on all 171 Yelp Reviews, Manoli’s is a family owned business that caters birthdays, holidays, and special events. All of their creative items are made inside this small food truck by a husband and wife duo, Natacha and Manuel – amazing!

Many families and couples had stopped for a late evening treat and Manuel took time to talk to each person and even spoke to Vic in Spanish and in Portuguese. Vic chose the South American favorites of passion fruit and mango. Eduardo’s preference was cookies and cream and Gennie stuck with her two favorites, chocolate and strawberry.

Even though the evening was chilly, we sat at their picnic table to enjoy our Food Truck Dessert. Excellent and well worth trying when one is in the Live Oak Neighborhood.



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They all look good!

Dee   February 26, 2019 - 11:25am

What a decision to make! Yum Yum

Norma   February 25, 2019 - 4:32pm
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Manoli's Ice Cream Pastries & Cakes

Manoli's Ice Cream Pastries & Cakes

Google Map of Manoli’s Location

Google Map of Manoli’s Location

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Sorbet Display

 Pastries

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Yummy Desserts

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