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No matter when hunger strikes, you’ll be able to get a bite at Mandarin Oriental, New York, since it offers 24-hour in-room dining. Featuring mostly soups and sandwiches, the late-night menu includes old favorites from the Caesar salad to wonton soup, burgers and omelets. For a savory treat, try the chicken lollipops with tamarind glaze, blue cheese dressing and crudites, or the dry-aged New York strip steak salad, topped with lemongrass dressing, Thai chilies and crushed peanuts.
The kitchen at this New York hotel whips up wonderful treats for children, from hot dogs and cornmeal crusted French toast to our personal favorite, green eggs and ham. If you’re craving a specific dish, feel free to ask. Chances are Mandarin Oriental, New York’s kitchen will do its best to make it for you.