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Guests at Qin The Spa can enjoy fruit and freshly brewed tea before and after treatments. No food other than fruit is served at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star spa, but those who want a quick bite can order off Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai’s poolside menu (for lighter fare), off the standard room service menu (for a huge selection of Eastern and Western dishes) or off the hotel’s 15-minute menu. If you prefer to sit down, the hotel has four restaurants: Japanese spot Shintaro, Café Studio for all-day dining, Cantonese and Shanghainese restaurant Si Ji Xuan and Steak House. The 15-minute menu is your best bet if you’re in a hurry. When you place your order be sure to tell them you’re looking at the 15-minute menu, and they’ll have your food ready in exactly that amount of time — 15 minutes. Dishes include a grilled ham and cheese sandwich with Dijon mustard, mayonnaise and pickles on whole wheat bread, as well as mesclun greens with vine- ripened tomato, cucumber, toasted sunflower seeds and house dressing.