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Desserts at SUSHISAMBA fall into one of three categories: small plates, share plates or large plates. Among the small plates, you’ll have such options as the coco duo, a dark- and white-chocolate custard with a hazelnut croquant, or the Carmen Miranda, a dish with seasonal fruit, berry sponge and yuzu sorbet. Share plates bring you such delights as the mochi, a soft Japanese rice cake filled with ice cream, or the honey crisp taquitos, with your choice of banana or mango. Large plates include the TrêsLeite, with crema fresca foam and cachaça-flamed mango. The level of invention and cultural cuisine exchange continues in the dessert menu at SUSHISAMBA, so like with any savory item, expect the sweet dishes to surprise you with ingredient combinations you’ve never seen before.