A five-course menu, inspired by Hyderabad's famed cuisine by a host of culinary experts, led by executive chef Sajesh Nair, was reportedly part of the lavish menu.
It also contained a mix of exotic Indian ingredients and delicacies like dahi ke kebab, gosht shikampuri kebab, kubani ke malai kofta, murg pista ka salan and sitaphal kulfi will be presented over several courses--Aghaz (soup), Waqfa (sorbet), Mezban (appetisers), Mashgool Dastarkhwan (main course) and Zauq e shahi (dessert).
A separate dinner was arranged for around 1,500 delegates of the GES on the lawns of the palace.
A senior police official said a five-tier security has been provided to Ms Trump, who arrived in Hyderabad in the early hours today and addressed the eighth edition of the GES. She is scheduled to leave the city tomorrow evening.
Telangana Director General of Police M Mahendar Reddy had earlier said that a total of 10,400 security personnel drawn from various wings have been deployed as part of security arrangements for the summit.
It includes personnel from Traffic Police, Central Armed Reserve, Telangana State Special Police, Intelligence Security Wing, commandos of Greyhounds anti-Naxal force and the elite OCTOPUS anti-terror force.
More than 2,000 police personnel have been deployed around the Falaknuma Palace, the official said, adding the police conducted a door-to-door search at 3,500 houses in surrounding areas and sanitised the areas in the run-up to the summit.