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Of all the distinctive restaurants in Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, families with children will find the pan-Asian MOzen Bistro located on the third floor most inviting. MOzen Bistro’s extensive menu features a mix of American classics plus pan-Asian dishes inspired by the cuisines of Japan, China, Thailand and India. Whether they prefer simple ramen noodles, California rolls and sushi, or smoked turkey club sandwiches, your children are sure to find something to their liking.
Dining as a family on the Pool Deck of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel also makes for a fun and entertaining option. Reserve a private cabana, and rent some pool toys. When your gang gets hungry, try the Pool Café on the eighth floor. You can either sit outside at little bistro-style tables or eat poolside in your olive-colored cabana. Order a BBLT sandwich with Brie, bacon, lettuce and tomato on toasted bread brushed with basil mayonnaise and served with potato chips and cole slaw or a simple bacon and egg bagel for breakfast. The Pool Café’s menu is highly tempting — plus, spending time at the luxury hotel's pool is a wonderful activity for the whole family.