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With Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Macau’s dedication to personal service, it’s no surprise that the extensive room service menu also aims to please, allowing you to order expertly prepared food at any time of the day. It includes standard fare as well as a rotating selection of options from the Vida Rica menu of Western, Macanese and Cantonese dishes.
Start your day with the Chinese Breakfast, which includes coffee or tea, juice, dim sum, congee with chicken or prawns, wok-fried egg noodles, a steamed rice roll with barbecue pork and various fruit. Or go à la carte with Chinese egg waffles. At lunch or dinner, order anything from sushi and sashimi to a meat lover’s pizza topped with Iberico ham, chourico, hot salami and ham. More upscale selections include a black Angus beef tenderloin with pan-fried foie gras, asparagus and a Madeira jus.
For those with families, there are special menus for younger appetites available as well. Kids will like the alphabet soup, fish fingers, chicken nuggets and sweet-and-sour meatballs. But desserts like a skewer of strawberries, marshmallows and brownie chunks with chocolate sauce will be the favorite.