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The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong’s 24-hour room service lets you tuck into meals like 250-day-aged Australian beef sirloin in a red wine sauce, sided with seasonal vegetables and fondant potato at all hours of the day. Unlike cities like New York, Shanghai is not a 24-hour town. Even though convenience stores are open round-the-clock, there are not many places to get food in the middle of the night. Famished travelers arriving late from far-flung locales will be particularly pleased with the luxury hotel’s late-night menu, as it offers a good selection of local bites, big Western sandwiches and plates of pasta, plus healthy options like salad. Among the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s late-night room service menu, try the wok-fried udon noodles with sliced beef, yellow chives and pepper sauce, or the bocconcini cheese and cherry tomato salad.