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You won't need to leave your guest room at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island to get prime eats; there's a sizeable room service menu with breakfast, lunch, dinner and even late-night options that's available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For breakfast, steer clear of the typical continental staples and try one of the Southern specialties, like shrimp and grits, vanilla bourbon French toast, or Low Country eggs Benedict smothered with Creole mustard hollandaise. At lunch, try the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's take on the famous South Carolina she-crab soup or choose among salads, wraps, panini and burgers. Dinner serves up seafood, chicken, pasta and steak, all with special sauces and unique ingredients that live up to the high quality expected of a luxury Kiawah Island hotel.
A late-night menu is available, but you may want to sate your midnight munchies with delicious desserts like the seasonal crème brûlée, homemade bread pudding or farmhouse cheese plate, after all, you are on vacation. Wines and cocktails can also be delivered to your room at anytime, so you can sit back and relax with a libation in your luxurious accommodations.
The best thing to order on the room service menu at The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island is always a matter of taste, but you will find that the Low Country specialty of shrimp and grits is offered at every meal.