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Asiate, which sits on the 35th floor of Mandarin Oriental, New York, offers an entire menu of unique dishes for breakfast. Opt for the signature turkey hash, prepared with honey-roasted turkey, red potatoes, carrots, onions, fresh herbs, poached eggs and a miso-mustard hollandaise sauce. The sauce is a delightful addition, and a clear reflection of the Asian heritage of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel. Or sample a traditional Chinese breakfast, the aptly named Mandarin Oriental, which comes with rice congee, soy-poached chicken, steamed pork buns, ginger, green onions and boiled eggs.