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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore has a thoughtfully put together children’s room service menu called “Little Fans All-Day Dining” that’s broken down into two separate sections: one for kids ages three and up and another for those under three. Parents with very young children can opt for infant-friendly fare such as oatmeal and a pumpkin or broccoli puree, while those with older kids will appreciate a good variety of kid favorites that includes something even the pickiest of eaters will be happy to order. We love this luxury Singapore hotel’s playful touch of naming each dish something silly, or naming it after a superhero or cartoon character. For example, the Spiderman is chicken broth with spaghettinis, while the Winnie the Pooh is oatmeal-crusted fish sticks or chicken nuggets with fries. Desserts include a chocolate-dipped banana and six different flavors of ice cream.