Saiful Islam, a Bangladeshi entrepreneur and a big fan of Donald Trump, founded the cafe and decided to use the President's name for his coffee shop in Dhaka.
Bringing his idea to fruition was not easy. Mr Saiful had to prove to the authorities that he was the real owner of the business and the President had nothing to do with it, the Dhaka Tribune reported.
The 'Trump Cafe' offers Chinese, Indian and Thai cuisine and other fast food items on its menu.
"I did not start the business with any specific thought in mind, just the fact that I am a big fan of US President Donald Trump," Mr Saiful was quoted as saying.
Along with other regular favourites, the cafe also serves some food items inspired by Mr Trump such as the special Trump Cocktail or the Green Apple Mocktail.
"My uncle, Kabir Ali, is the manager at a Trump owned restaurant in the US. It was initially his idea to start a restaurant, and since I am a big fan as well, I wanted to get involved in the venture," said Mr Saiful.
"Many people think he is a joke, but he is an inspiration for me. If you look at his business ventures, you will see that he is quite successful and shrewd at doing business. That is what inspires me," Mr Saiful is quoted as saying.
One of the attractions of the cafe is a cutout of Donald Trump that people can take pictures with.
Even the cafe's wifi password is named after one of Donald Trump's family member, the report said.
Despite formally opening more than two months ago, the owners are planning a grand opening within the next two months.