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When dinnertime rolls around at The Peninsula New York, you can have your meal at Fives, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star luxury hotel’s signature restaurant, or order up room service. At Fives, you’ll find a long menu of contemporary American dishes that changes seasonally. Start off with the sautéed shrimp or wild mushroom risotto with truffle essence and a Parmesan crisp (one of our favorites) and move on to the five-spice duck breast with a spring roll and charred mango or the Colorado lamb chops with vegetable couscous and black olive jus. Finish the meal off with a decadent dessert such as the tropical coconut panna cotta with passion fruit gelée and mango sorbet.
If you prefer a less formal dining experience — you know, like eating dinner while wearing pajamas — then call the New York hotel’s room service. The room service menu offers more upscale fare, but it also features casual eats that you won’t find in Fives. Try fun takes on New York street food, like hot dogs and pretzels with spicy mustard.