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The room service menu at Acqualina Resort & Spa includes signature dishes from the fine-dining restaurant Il Mulino New York, as well as traditional room service choices like burgers and a BLT. You can order breakfast between 7 and 11 a.m., nabbing up items like the Chilean smoked salmon with toasted bagel, the eggs Benedict or the spa-inspired egg white omelet with grilled asparagus, tomatoes and multi-grain bread. To satisfy a sweet tooth, you may want to devour the Belgian waffle with fresh berries, the Irish oatmeal with warm banana brulée or the challah French toast with crushed strawberries. The all-day dining menu is served from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and expect to find Il Mulino’s signature dishes such as the Mulino salad (mixed greens tossed with heart of palms, mushrooms and julienned carrots) or the spinach salad glossed with bacon vinaigrette, lightly fried calamari with marinara sauce and a prosciutto and arugula pizza. Pasta dishes include penne rigate with marinara sauce and ricotta cheese and a lovely cannelloni stuffed with meat and spinach. Heartier entrees at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel include veal saltimbocca (aka sautéed veal with sage and prosciutto), risotto primavera and a beef filet with shallots and sage. Most of the dishes are Italian in nature, but if you’re craving some American fare, you’ll find a burger, a BLT and a market omelet with your choice of fillings, while sushi rolls and sashimi are available after 5 p.m. from AQ Sushi from Yakko-San. But do go Italiano for dessert and opt for the tiramisu — it will melt in your mouth.