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Hot Dessert Soufflés Morton's of Chicago, the Steakhouse

At $14 each, the exquisite hot soufflés -- raspberry, lemon, chocolate or Grand Marnier -- at Morton's aren't outrageously expensive if they're shared by two people, which is typically what happens at the high-dollar steakhouse. "It's a very romantic dessert," says general manager Kelly Manning, "so a couple dining together usually split one." Whether romance is involved or not, the important thing diners must remember is to order a soufflé with dinner, not afterward, because they require at least 40 minutes to prepare. The hot-chocolate cake (another baked-to-order specialty) is nearly as popular as the Grand Marnier soufflé, and the restaurant does have chilled crme brélée and Key lime pie, but why not splurge on a truly decadent indulgence after eating one of the most expensive steaks in town?

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