We don't generally seek sugar after sushi, but if your sweet tooth calls, pick from an array of ice-cream flavors. Vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry are trumped by the more adventurous red bean, green tea, and an unexpected taro ($4.50 for two scoops). Alternatively, feast on banana tempura ($6) or fried cheesecake ($7.50), each crowned with a choice of ice cream.
Delivery is available in the Brickell area, and because most basic rolls (tuna, Cali, salmon skin, etc.) are priced from $3.95 to $5.95, they are an excellent everyday option. Asalie shared a secret during our visit: turns out plans are in the works to open a second Little Lotus in the Loft Downtown II, at NE Second Avenue and Second Street. From yaki tori to yaki udon, everything is fresh and tasty. We see this little flower blooming big.