RIYADH: US President Donald Trump Saturday dined at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh during an official luncheon hosted by King Salman.
Arab News can reveal that the American president, his wife Melania and daughter Ivanka were treated to an extravagant meal, replete with cuisines from around the world.
First up on the mouthwatering menu was a Sicilian caponata and burrata salad, drizzled with basil-infused oil. Caviar with lemon-scented cream was also offered up as a tantalizing starter.
To follow, the guests enjoyed parmesan risotto with foie gras.
The main course was a sumptuous treat for the palate as guests were offered lamb cutlets with sundried tomato puree and an array of side dishes.
Perhaps new for the Trump family was the inclusion of typically Saudi fare such as the rice and chicken dish Kabsa, and a rice-based recipe from the western coast of the country called sayadia with najil.
Any guests with a sweet tooth would not have been disappointed with the date ice cream and date juice that was offered to those who attended the luncheon.