Drake celebrated his 34th birthday on Saturday and some fans have poked fun at his menu options.

The Canadian-born singer took to his Instagram over the weekend to share lots of photos to mark the big day.

But some fans weren't impressed after photos of a menu, allegedly from the party, surfaced on Twitter.

The musician (real name Aubrey Graham), 34, left people questioning whether he had really chosen those dishes - or if it was a simple misprint.

The menu started off well, with guests offered the choice of fried calamari, a sushi platter, Caesar salad or baby kale salad.

But fans were left confused by some of the main offerings, which included chicken bolognese and mac and cheese, apparently served with sun-dried tomatoes, capers, raisins and parsley.

Some fans weren't impressed by the menu

One woman blasted: "The menu at Drake’s birthday dinner looks disgusting."

Another joked: "At first sight, I was going to f*** with some of the dishes. HOWTHEF***EVER---raisins and capers in mac 'n cheese?"

A third asked: "I was finally able to lift my jaw off the floor, so excuse my tardiness, but can we talk about the menu at Drake’s birthday dinner?"

But others pointed out that the macaroni and cheese description was possibly a misprint - as it included the same ingredients as the dish above.

Drake's birthday comes just two weeks after his son Adonis celebrating his third birthday.

The Canadian superstar shares his son with French model and artist Sophie Brussaux.

The proud dad shared a sweet snap of Adonis on Instagram to his 72.4 million followers, along with one of his mother Sandi Graham on his story.

In the photo, the rapper can be seen beaming at his son while the pair are surrounded by balloons, including a rocket model, and it has the caption 'Young Stunna.'

Drake delighted fans when he confirmed that his new album 'Certified Lover Boy' will be released in January next year.

The long-awaited album is his first since 2018 when he published bestseller 'Scorpion'.

He made his debut in 2010 with 'Thank Me Later', followed by 'Take Care' in 2011 and 'Nothing Was the Same' in 2013.