What can I order from the room service menu at Trump Chicago?

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If you’re exhausted from a long day of sightseeing or business meetings and want to relax in your room, ditch your dinner plans and try the room service menu at Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago. The excellent in-room dining menu is more like a book, with about 40 pages of food options. A standout on the Chicago luxury hotel’s breakfast menu (served between 6 and 11 a.m.) is the slew of beverages, from smoothies like the Razzle Dazzle (blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, banana and yogurt) and Mango Cooler (mango, skim milk, lime zest and mint) to “morning spirits” such as the Land O’ Lincoln Morning Glory (bourbon, brandy, bitters, absinthe and a little splash of soda) to the Red Eye (two parts lager, one part tomato juice, a dash of tobacco served in a frosty class with an optional raw egg). There are also international breakfast meals (American, Continental, European Continental, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Greek, Scandinavian and Bavarian) and healthy options as well, like the organic Fight the Fatigue Fitness Breakfast with your choice of fresh juice, an egg white omelet, chicken sausage, a protein shake, a housemade muffin and either Julius Meinl coffee, Harney & Sons tea, or skim milk.

All-day dining features a huge variety of hot and cold bites, including sandwiches, burgers, soups, salads, sweets and frozen treats. Picky eaters can make their own pizza between noon and 2 a.m., or their own pasta between 5:30 and 11 p.m. The dinner menu is pretty upscale, with appetizers like pineapple gazpacho and shucked oysters, and entrées such as roasted salmon and beef tenderloin. If you’re in the mood for food from the Far East, Trump has its own Asian dinner section that’s filled with favorites such as dim sum or sushi. The late-night menu features all the proper dishes for your 2 a.m. cravings: chicken quesadillas, rock shrimp poppers, classic Caesar salad and wok-fried rice, just to name a few. If you’re staying in one of the hotel’s spa guest rooms, there’s also a spa in-room dining menu with better-for-your-body choices like sushi, tomato and basil soup, marinated tofu steak and a vegetarian panino. With so many room service options, you may not even leave your room.

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