Serving up dishes for David and Victoria Beckham is something of a straightforward task for Wolfgang Puck. When the British power couple are in Los Angeles, they often dine at the chef's popular CUT Beverly Hills restaurant.
Wolfgang was also chosen to prepare the menu for David's "Welcome to LA" party in 2008 when the footballer arrived Stateside to play for LA Galaxy.
Revealing what the Beckhams usually order at his restaurant, Wolfgang said that David always has a steak. Victoria, meanwhile, loves vegetables and asks for a simple plate of spinach with just "a touch of salt".
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Victoria likes a simple plate of spinach with just "a touch of salt," said Wolfgang Puck
Wolfgang went on to tell Heat magazine that David, 40, is a "straight eater" and is always impeccably dressed.
The chef is no stranger to serving food for the stars – he's prepared the lavish feast at the annual Oscars ceremony for 22 years.
Charlize Theron and Sylvester Stallone are fans of his smoked salmon pizza, he revealed, while John Travolta hankers after his classic comfort food including mac 'n' cheese.
"Prince Albert of Monaco, he came two years ago," added the chef. "We gave him the chicken potpie and he said, 'Oh my God, you have to open a restaurant in Monaco. That's the best thing I ever had.'"
The chef added that David Beckham often orders steak
While David may fancy a steak at Wolfgang's restaurant, the athlete has previously revealed that his four children love Italian cuisine. Speaking in his documentary Into the Unknown, David said that he cooks "pasta from scratch", having picked up some culinary skills in Italy when he played for Milan.
"When I was in Italy the culinary course was one of the things I always wanted to do," said David. "So I had the time and I thought, why not? The kids love Italian, so I can make fresh pasta from scratch."
"Victoria is easy," he added. "She loves vegetables and she loves salad, so Victoria's easy."
"The kids love Italian, so I can make fresh pasta from scratch," said David
As well as pasta, another signature dish David can cook is risotto, no doubt one of the plates the doting dad mastered at his six-month cookery course.
David seems to have passed on his talent to his eldest son Brooklyn. Sharing a photo of himself placing a homemade pizza in a brick oven, Brooklyn captioned the Instagram shot: "The next Gordon Ramsay."