President Obama made a lunchtime pit stop during his Iowa trip Tuesday.

Obama's motorcade made an unannounced visit to Ross' Restaurant in Bettendorf, Iowa, one of the quad cities on the border of Illinois and Iowa. The visit surprised owner Cynthia Freidhof, who met the president at a town hall meeting in August 2008.

"How are you doing? We came to order some food," Obama said upon arrival, according to a White House pool report.

Obama reportedly told Freidhof at their meeting that he wanted to visit her cafe someday after hearing her describe the menu.

Obama might not want to tell First lady Michelle Obama, who runs an anti-obesity campaign, that he ate at a place best known for serving mountains of greasy food.

Ross' restaurant is known for dishes called "Mountains"; their signature dish is the Magic Mountain: Texas grilled toast, hamburger meat, French fries or hash browns and cheese sauce.

Freidhof, who didn't realize the president would be visiting until she watched his motorcade turn off the highway, renamed the signature dish 'Presidential Magic Mountain' in his honor for the day.

"Anybody who wants one, I will buy it for you," Obama said, according to the report.

The president bought Magic Mountains for three customers in the restaurant, and brought four Magic Mountains and two Volcanos (the Magic Mountain with the addition of chili) back to traveling companions.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney ordered a Volcano but told reporters he could not finish it.

Obama also challenged the accompanying members of the press to eat "the whole thing." He called them "chickens" for not taking them up on the challenge.

*Photo is courtesy of the White House and shows President Barack Obama having lunch with Toledo Mayor Michael Bell at Rudy’s Hot Dog earlier this month.