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At any moment during your stay at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, you can order a full menu of expertly prepared fare to suit your palate from the room service menu. For a truly healthy breakfast, try the Mandarin Oriental Wellness, which includes an egg white and spinach omelet, dark rye and multi-grain toast, fruit and choice of juice, coffee or tea. Individual plates like Belgian waffles and smoked salmon bagels are available as well. But what’s a trip to Vegas without an epicurean feast? The Vegas Indulgence plate is meant for two, and while pricey, it’s both luxurious and delicious. It starts with a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne, a perfect pairing for American Osetra caviar and poached eggs with Spanish jamón ibérico de bellota (cured ham from special pigs fed acorns and herbs) and truffle hollandaise. The repast ends sweetly with Manjari chocolate dipped strawberries. Or if you’re in the mood for lunch, try an Asian-inspired dish like blackened albacore tuna tataki, or a Chirashi bowl with rice crowned by a rainbow of seafood, or sandwiches such as a Kobe beef burger or smoked turkey club. The late-night menu is comprised of some of the luxury hotel's most popular dishes such as a wild mushroom soup and classic ramen noodle dish. Whenever you order, be sure to save room for dessert. You’ll want to taste the Mandarin Brûlée — the hotel’s signature orange-tea-infused custard with chocolate ganache, a burned sugar crust and citrus compote — at least once.