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Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Hotel Indigo Shanghai on the Bund offers 24-hour room service to guests hankering for a snack late at night. Included on the interesting menu are xiaolongbao, Shanghai fried noodles with chicken and mushrooms, Quay Caesar salad with pancetta and duck egg, house smoked salmon and more. Late-night snacks can be ordered from 10:30 p.m. to 10:30 a.m., and include seasonal wonton soup, traditional street style fried rice, a chicken BLAT with chunky chips, three CHAR mini Wagyu burgers, flourless chocolate mud cake and New Zealand ice cream tubs. But guests looking for a fine dining experience be warned: Room service at this hotel is more casual, with single meals served on a tray without full table setup, such as cutlery laid out and seating arranged.