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Kyotofu NYC

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Kyotofu Dessert Bar NYC

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  • Kyotofu Dessert Bar is located in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan.
  • Aside from desserts, Kyotofu New York offers sake, beer, and wine.
  • Kyotofu Desserts NYC is open late six days a week.

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Hell's Kitchen

705 9th Avenue
New York, NY 10019
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Nearest Transit:
50 St (A, C, E) 50 St (1, 2) 49 St (N, Q, R)

Hours of Operation:
Tue.-Thurs. 12pm-12:30am, Fri.-Sat. 12pm-1:30am, Sun. 12pm-12:30am

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Features: Kyotofu NYC is a Japanese dessert bar located in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan. With its cheerful decor, fabulous desserts, and wide selection of sakes, this New York City dessert bar is the perfect place for a first date or an after-dinner treat.

Why We Dine: Since opening in 2006, Kyotofu NYC has rapidly become one of New York City's most popular dessert bars. Want to know what all the fuss is about? Try the green tea creme brulee, then you'll know.

  • Sake and Shochu: Aside from a wide variety of sakes, beers, and wines, Kyotofu NYC also serves shochu, a Japanese distilled beverage made from barley, sweet potatoes, or rice. Shochu is typically 25% alcohol by volume (weaker than whiskey but stronger than sake and wine). Try it!
  • Chocolate Souffle Cupcake: In addition to wonderful sorbets, Kyotofu New York offers a number of delicious cupcakes, including the chocolate souffle cupcake, voted New York City's best cupcake by New York Magazine

Inside Knowledge: The menu at Kyotofu Dessert Bar is inspired by Kyoto tofu artisans. Here you'll find everything from green tea creme brulee to miso brownies to black sesame sweet tofu.

We Recommend:

  • Matcha Green Tea Creme Brulee: If you're a sorbet fan, you simply can't miss the Mathca Green Tea Creme Brulee at Kyotofu New York. This seasonal sorbet pairs exceptionally well with Pink Hou Hou Shu Sparkling Sake.
  • Tokyo Bloody Mary: No doubt you've tried a Bloody Mary at some point or other in your life. Better try this Japanese take on the popular alcoholic beverage, which features wasabi and jalapeno infused shochu, 10 pepper blend.
  • Sake 101 Flight: If you're new to sake, consider trying an educational sampler at Kyotofu New York. With the Sake 101 Flight, you'll enjoy Junmai, Masumi Okuden, Kantsukuri, Nagano, and other delicious sakes!

Restaurant Amenities

  • Catering Services
  • Facilities for the Disabled
  • Fresh Food
  • Full Bar
  • Homemade Desserts
  • Late Dining
  • Pre-Theater
  • Premier Location
  • Prix Fixe Menu
  • Romantic Dining
  • Small Atmosphere
  • Take-Out Available
  • Tapas/Small Plates
  • Wine Bar
  • Wheelchair Access