The allure of Trump’s restaurant, like the candidate, is that it seems like a cheap version of rich.
The dumplings, for instance, come with soy sauce topped with truffle oil, and the crostini is served with both hummus and ricotta, two exotic ingredients that should still never be combined. The menu itself would like to impress diners with how important it is, randomly capitalizing fancy words like “Prosciutto” and “Julienned” (and, strangely, ”House Salad”).
You couldn't pay me to eat here. This man is just a joke.