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Though Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong has several alluring restaurants under its own roof, sometimes you just want to stay inside the comfort of your own room and indulge in room service. With a kitchen staff that’s accustomed to catering to a clientele that’s stunningly multicultural, you’ll find a bit of everything on this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s room service menu. Choose from western and eastern breakfasts, or international snacks such as chicken quesadillas, soups, salads, pho, nasi goring and pad Thai, specialties from India, Singapore and China, Japan and the West. There’s a variety of meat and fish from the grill, wood-fired pizza, pastas, sandwiches, burgers, pitas and desserts from the hotel’s Cake Shop. Guests can even order a picnic hamper for lunch or a takeaway meal to bring to the airport. There are also a few pages dedicated to light and healthy dishes.