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While it’s easy to over-indulge during your dinner, make sure to save room for dessert at Mandarin Grill + Bar inside Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. Like everything else on the menu, the desserts are a display of culinary art with catchy names to boot. If you’re craving something tried and true, opt for the soufflé with chocolate, Grand Marnier and raspberry. This dish takes 20 minutes to prep, leaving you plenty of time to digest before dessert. Other inventive desserts include the “mushroom” with vanilla, mascarpone, coffee and tiramisu, or the “bread and butter” made with brioche, raisin, apricot and vanilla. Creative twists on classic treats make for a sweet end to your evening at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Hong Kong restaurant.