Trump, DPRK leader have first dinner
China Daily

US President Donald Trump and DPRK top leader Kim Jong-un sit down for a dinner during the second US-DPRK summit at the Metropole Hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam February 27, 2019. Also pictured at right are US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney. (Photo: Agencies)

US President Donald Trump and the DPRK top leader Kim Jong-un had their first dinner together at the Sofitel Legend Metropole hotel in Hanoi on Wednesday.

A copy of the menu was obtained by pool journalists covering the leaders during the second meeting between the leaders of the two countries and here's what the chefs had in store for Trump and Kim:

Course 1:

Fresh shredded green mango salad with scallops, mint leaves, and cashew nuts, served in a sweet vinaigrette dressing.

Course 2:

Deep fried Hanoi style spring rolls with shrimp pork vermicelli, and vegetables, served with a side of sweet and sour fish sauce, and red chilies.

Course 3:

King Crab meat and spinach in a light seafood-based broth.

Course 4:

Grilled cod fish "cha ca" [Vietnamese fishcake.]

Roasted Wagyu beef medallions with foie gras, and a semi-sweet fermented black rice sauce.

Sauted "su su" vegetables with garlic [chayote stems and leaves.]

Steamed sticky glutinous rice with shrimp, wrapped in a lotus leaf.

Course 5:

A traditional Vietnamese dessert consisting of lotus seeds, longans, and white wood-ear mushrooms, served warm and in a light sugary soup.