What was on the menu for Boris Johnson and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed's three-course lunch?

Downing Street chefs prepared the meal for the UK Prime Minister and Sheikh Mohamed

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Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, sat down to a three-course lunch at 10 Downing Street on Thursday afternoon.

They were meeting at the UK prime minister's official residence in central London to launch a Partnership for the Future, strengthening ties between the two countries.

For the first course, they were served a pea and broad bean salad, with goat cheese and honey.

The main course was halal chicken, complemented by tarragon cream sauce, pommes anna and a side of seasonal vegetables.

For dessert, chefs whipped up a glazed lemon tart with a blueberry compote and creme fraiche.

The visit also included a military guard of honour at nearby Horse Guards Parade.

Updated: November 22, 2021, 8:41 AM