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If you want to end your meal at Asiate with a signature standout, the Asian-influenced restaurant’s warm chocolate cake earns high praise — and rightfully so. An inventive spin on a classic dish, the cake comes with a milk chocolate Napoleon and Manjari ice cream. It is a melt-in-your-mouth finish to a three-course prix fixe or seven-course tasting dinner at the New York restaurant. In case you prefer fruit to chocolate, try the grapefruit sorbet with white sesame sponge cake and coriander gelée. Its texture and unusual combination of bright flavors rival the rich decadence of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s signature warm chocolate cake.