When Barack Obama visited last year, David Cameron famously joined him at the grill to do the meat for a Downing Street barbeque.
But now, it seems, our PM has actually had a burger named after him by a restaurant in Split, Croatia.
Alongside 'the Charlie Sheen' and 'the Elvis Presley', the restaurant now features 'the David Cameron special' - a simple burger with lettuce and tomato that the menu claims is 'our most conservative burger'. See the menu:
With Croatia set to join the EU in July 2013 (the Croatia Accession Bill, which would see Parliament ratify its entry, was announced in the Queen's Speech) it would seem that the former Yugoslav state is keen to forge links with soon-to-be fellow EU states. Whether naming a burger after the British PM will achieve that remains to be seen.
The Royal Wedding and the Diamond Jubilee set new standards in commemorative tat - could 'the David Cameron special' catch on in the UK?
Many thanks to Rob Hastings (@RobHastings1000), journalist for The Independent (among others), who spotted the burger and took the snap while on holiday