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When placing the order for your meal at Koi SoHo, we suggest that you leave room for dessert. While the savory menu at Koi is built around Japanese flavors, the dessert menu largely seeks inspiration from America and Europe. You’ll find classics like an ice cream sundae with brownie and bananas and apple bread pudding with vanilla ice cream to the flourless molten chocolate volcano cake and caramelized pear crêpes. The only Asian-inspired dessert is mochi ice cream: a soft and slightly chewy sweetened rice cake stuffed with ice cream in flavors like green tea, passion fruit and chocolate-peanut butter. It’s tough to choose what to order with a dessert menu this tempting, but Koi makes the decision simple by offering a Chef’s Selection Sample Platter. Ideal for a large group, this option allows you to sample a range of the New York restaurant’s desserts — and enjoy every bite.