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Andaz Shanghai offers a tempting Chinese-focused room service menu 24 hours a day, including breakfast. Guests can satisfy their pancake cravings at night, or go for a more traditional dinner of Shanghainese fried noodle with shredded pork or Yangzhou fried rice. Moving across China, there are also Sichuan dandan noodles, traditional beef noodle soup and Cantonese dim sum like shao mai, xiaolongbao and Chinese doughnuts with hot soy milk for dipping. Three soups are offered at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, from a vegetable basil pistou to a double-boiled chicken soup with wild mushroom, and finicky guests can make their own grilled mains from a choice of four proteins, four sides and four sauces, or assemble their own sandwiches from six breads, five dressings and 18 fillings.