Probably the most famous politician duo was seen together again on Tuesday night as former United States President Barack Obama and current Prime Minister of Canada justin trudeau got together for dinner in montreal.

What did Justin Trudeau and Barack Obama talk about?

A photo from the very relaxed "candlelight" dinner was uploaded on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Twitter account with the following caption:

“How do we get young leaders to take action in their communities? Thanks @BarackObama for your visit & insights tonight in my hometown.”

Both the world leaders talked about increasing the next generation's involvement in their respective communities.

Details about the place where the duo met

The 55-year-old American President and 45-year-old Canadian Prime Minister met in a restaurant called "Liverpool House" in Trudeau's hometown of Montreal. The owner of the restaurant David McMillan, later on, admitted that his restaurant is a favorite of the Canadian Prime Minister and he has been dining there since before he even took charge of the office. McMillan also revealed that the politician duo's meal included oysters, asparagus, halibut, spaghetti lobster, shrimp, steak and they ended the dinner with a strawberry shortcake.

McMillan further revealed that Trudeau made a reservation for dinner that day however what he did not know was that he would be bringing along 44th President of the United States.

Security outside the eatery was tighter than routine obviously. However, inside the restaurant, it was “business as usual” for the staff and the owner.

McMillan also managed to get a photograph of himself and his daughter with the two politicians.

Trudeau was hosted by Obama in 2016

It was just last year when the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama hosted the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau at the White House for a state dinner, which was the first one for a Canadian Prime Minister since the year 1997.

What was President Obama doing in Montreal

President Obama was present in Montreal to present a 70-minute long keynote speech at an event which was completely sold out and was hosted by the Montreal Chamber of Commerce. During his speech, President Obama talked about the Paris climate agreement and conveyed his dismay about the fact that the U.S. had withdrawn from the agreement. This speech will be marked as his first address in Canada after leaving the Presidency and White House.