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With its ever-changing tasting menu, Brushstroke doesn’t have an expansive dessert menu. But that’s not to say the Japanese eatery doesn’t have a drool-worthy sweets. Imagined by pastry chef Nana Paturet, desserts at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant are a loving marriage of Paturet’s French and Japanese roots, something that’s obvious from the first bite. A few can’t-miss dishes include the soy milk panna cotta over sweetened red beans with matcha tea sauce and the sake-lychee sorbet over white peach puree, which will leave you exclaiming "Merci!" and "Arigato!"