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There is no single signature dessert at Jin Xuan. The end-of-the-meal sweets are subtle and lightly sweet, not the rich and creamy creations you might expect at a more Western establishment. That said, they shouldn’t be skipped as they are beautifully executed and act as a palate cleanser after what might be a long and sometimes rich meal. Our Forbes Travel Guide editors recommend the stunning double-boiled pear, which comes in a clear soup of light syrup studded with goji berries and thin tendrils of tangerine skin. It’s a well-balanced, gorgeous sweet that typifies traditional Cantonese cooking.