White House Reveals What President Trump and North Korean Dictator Ate for Dinner

February 27, 2019Feb 27, 2019

President Trump can be credited for a lot of amazing accomplishments since he took office. One of the major milestones he has already achieved has been his ability to strike a cordial relationship between the United States and the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong Un.

The President sat down for dinner with Kim during a trip to Hanoi, Vietnam. It was a highly publicized event and was a major moment in political history. It was their second summit to discuss denuclearization.

"The leaders were joined by interpreters and select advisers for what the White House billed as a “social dinner" at the French colonial Metropole Hotel, a luxury establishment in Hanoi, Vietnam. CNN reported that as of midday Wednesday, chefs were struggling to settle on a menu to accommodate requests from both officials to keep the meal 'super simple,'" accordion to Politico.

The menu for the dinner has just been released. It was said to be a rather quick dinner given that it was a highly anticipated event. It only lasted about two hours in total and included four courses.

Shrimp Cocktail
Chilled shrimp, romaine leaves, thousand island dressing, diced avocado, fresh lemon, and herbs

Grilled Sirloin with Pear Kimchi
Marinated tender sirloin grilled with sauce, served with kimchi fermented inside a pear

Chocolate Lava
Hot runny centered chocolate cake, chocolate crumble, with fresh berries and vanilla ice cream

Dried Persimmon Punch
Traditional beverage sweetened with dried persimmon and honey

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