Long Island restaurants serving creamy, global desserts: 3 picks

Panna cotta with Cointreau-steeped berries is a tasty

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Panna cotta with Cointreau-steeped berries is a tasty finale at Ragazzi Italian Kitchen & Bar in Nesconset. (Oct. 3, 2010) (Credit: Kevin P. Coughlin)

All around the globe, people crave something sweet and creamy at the end of a meal.

In Italy, that may be a custardy panna cotta. In France, a crème brûlée or an airy mousse, perhaps. Kazandibi, a milky pudding with a burned- sugar topping, works well in Turkey.

Here's where to go global for creamy desserts:

RAGAZZI ITALIAN KITCHEN & BAR 2950 Middle Country Rd., Nesconset 631-265-8200,...

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