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The Peninsula Shanghai serves an extensive selection on its room service menu, covering both Chinese and Western cuisine. Choose from filling plates like seared seven star sea bass with potato salad, tomato and pickled onion or lighter bites like hairy crab soup with ginger tofu and crab mushroom. The room service menu includes full breakfast options — such as eggs, waffles and yogurt — as well as desserts, like the delectable devil’s food chocolate cake with caramel ice cream. Though if you love the frozen treat, you’ll find it hard to stay away from the ice cream sundae, an enormous bowl of scoops decked with a slew of toppings. Children can enjoy Western kiddie favorites like chicken fingers and pasta, or more Chinese dishes like steamed fish and fried rice. The best part is that the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel is one of the few in the city to offer room service 24 hours a day.