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If you get the midnight munchies at Mandarin Oriental, New York, you won’t have to go hungry; the Midtown hotel offers 24-hour room service along with a tempting list of late-night food options. During the wee hours, the in-room dining menu features miso and wonton noodle soups, Caesar and Mandarin chicken salads, spaghetti Bolognese, a hamburger and omelets with your choice of fillings. During daytime hours, though, you’ll be able to enjoy a mix of Eastern treats like Chinese dim sum or the Thai-inspired strip sirloin steak salad, topped with lemongrass vinaigrette, Thai chilies and crushed peanuts. If you’d prefer something that’s more Western, you’ll find favorites like lobster macaroni and cheese and a five-spiced salmon with celery root puree. And also during the day, kids can enjoy traditional dishes like hot dogs, mini cheeseburgers and crispy chicken fingers with broccoli.