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Whether you’re seeking a gourmet feast for dinner or a light snack following a day of sightseeing at the Forbidden City, you’ll have your pick of delicious dishes on the room service menu at China World Summit Wing, Beijing. Breakfast includes familiar favorites like pancakes with cinnamon whipped cream, eggs Benedict, and omelets and Bircher muesli. If you’d like a taste of Beijing in the morning, you can opt for congee with traditional accompaniments or wonton noodle soup.
The all-day dining menu offers an eclectic array of dishes like Parma ham with melon, spicy Thai beef salad, a tuna melt, cream of wild mushroom soup, rigatoni carbonara, chicken teriyaki, cod with mushy peas, Haianese chicken rice, laksa, and nasi goreng. During prime lunch and dinner hours (noon to 2 p.m. and 6 to 10 p.m.), you’ll also be able to choose dishes from the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s signature restaurant, Grill 79. The contemporary Western menu includes items like an Alaskan crab and peanut salad, carrot and ginger bisque, Iberico pork loin with chorizo soffrito and beans, as well as simply prepared meats and seafood including Wagyu and Tasmanian beef, lobster and salmon with your choice of sauce and sides like potato puree with white truffles and grilled mushrooms with rosemary oil. For dessert, you’ll be tempted by the chocolate orange cake with yogurt sorbet, a brownie with pecan praline or the exotic fruit salad with strawberry crème tuille.