Fig. 1. The food bill of Arroyo and the gang in Le Cirque Restarant, amounting to almost $20,000.00, close to a million when converted to Philippine Peso.
Fig. 2. Here are the people that makes the country a wasted land, sucking everything for their own good. See them toast, makes my blood boil. The venue by the way is the infamous Le Cirque, the ever expensive restaurant.
Fig. 4. Krug Champagne (11 bottles were ordered amounting to P249,000) Fig 5. Le Cirque Saddle of Lamb (P2,458) Fig. 6. Dover Sole (P3, 675), the most expensive in the main course
Fig. 7. Le Cirque Tuna (P1,029)
Fig. 9. Golden Osetra Caviar (P13,720/order) Fig. 10. California Osetra Caviar (P4, 900/order) Fig. 11. Le Cirque Soft Shell Crab Tempura (P1, 078/ platter) Fig. 12. Le Cirque Halibut Poached in Coconut Milk (P1, 960) Fig. 13. Le Cirque Spring Pea Soup (P1, 176) Fig. 14. Le Cirque Wild Burgundy Escargot (P1, 421) Fig. 15. Le Cirque Torchon of Foie Gras (P1, 715) Fig. 16. Paupiette of Black Cod (P2, 401)