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When your sweet tooth is ready, try Caprice’s “coffee delight” dessert — a platter of coffee and chocolate that isn’t as rich as it sounds. With an Arabica coffee cappuccino mousse, a truffle injected with a small jolt of whisky (plus a pop-rocks surprise to boot) and a small almond-shaped scoop of salted caramel ice cream, the platter (RMB170/US$27) is the perfect conclusion to an intriguing meal. You’ll find that most desserts on the menu at the Hong Kong restaurant are as intricate as this one. If you’re looking for a simpler choice, opt for the selection of ice creams and sorbets.