He had pigeons flown in from Cairo and a fridge permanently full of caviar.
They ate stuffed turkey, caviar, fresh salmon, and smoked trout.
But for me it was better than the caviar at the home of the Ambassador of the United States.
also caviare, 1550s, from French caviar (16c.), from Italian caviaro (modern caviale) or Turkish khaviar, from Persian khaviyar, from khaya "egg" (from Middle Persian khayak "egg," from Old Iranian *qvyaka-, diminutive of *avya-, from PIE *owyo-/*oyyo- "egg" see egg (n.)) + dar "bearing."