President-elect Donald Trump broke bread with fierce critic and now-possible cabinet pick Mitt Romney Tuesday night at Jean Georges Restaurant in Trump International Hotel.
Trump, joined by his chief of staff designate Reince Priebus, sat with Romney at the fancy French eatery in Columbus Circle.
The meeting took place after a weekend of internal strife in his campaign over whether to hire the former Massachusetts governor as Secretary of State.
The president-elect and his guest were greeted by a polite round of applause by the diners at the restaurant.
For an appetizer the trio sipped garlic soup and chomped on frog legs.
Then they devoured diver scallops before the main course.
Trump and Priebus ate prime sirloin while Romney had lamb chops.
All three had chocolate cake for dessert.
The meeting was a show of a truce after a blistering presidential campaign.
During a speech in March, Romney derided Trump as a “phony, a fraud.”
He added that the presidential hopeful was “playing members of the American public for suckers.”
Trump responded by saying Romney “choked like a dog” in the 2012 presidential election against President Obama.