Donald Trump's first meal after he is sworn into his new role as president of the USA has been revealed. The business mogul will be heading to a traditional celebratory luncheon after he and vice president Mike Pence have attended the swearing in ceremony – and they have a delicious menu to look forward to! The glitzy event, hosted by the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, will see Donald joined by 200 guests, including his family and friends. It will also mark the first meal that the former The Apprentice star's wife Melania will enjoy as the First Lady.
The three-course menu has been created by Virginian food gurus Design Cuisine, with dishes including everything from lobster and grilled steak to chocolate soufflé. All the courses will be accompanied with Californian wines – and to mark the milestone moment in Donald's career, there's also a 'Special Inaugural Cuvée' Champagne.
Scroll below to discover the full menu…
Donald Trump and Mike Pence will have a luncheon after their swearing in ceremony
Maine Lobster and Gulf Shrimp with Saffron Sauce and Peanut Crumble
Wine: J. Lohr 2013 Arroyo Vista Chardonnay
Grilled Seven Hills Angus Beef with Dark Chocolate and Juniper Jus and Potato Gratin
Wine: Delicato Black Stallion 2012 Limited Release Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Chocolate Soufflé and Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream
Wine: Korbel Natural 'Special Inaugural Cuvée' California Champagne
It will be Donald Trump's first meal as the president
President Obama tucked into a similar menu at his inaugural lunch in 2013, when he celebrated his second term in office. Barack was served a lobster starter with New England clam chowder, before a main course of grilled bison with red potato horseradish cake, and a dessert of Hudson Valley apple pie with sour cream ice cream, cheese and honey.