Room service is a fantasy — that indulgent breakfast in bed enjoyed in a robe while taking in the view. Except, most of the time, it doesn’t live up to expectations. “There is often a big difference between the food you’ll get from room service and what you’ll get if you just take the elevator down to the restaurant,” said Chris Rivett, travel expert from hotel price comparison platform HotelsCombined.com. “The room service menu is more limited, and if they are busy, your food may be kept in a warming tray while the steward makes his rounds.” It doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s a room service menu worth staying in for.