“What we had in New York was a simple, late night dinner because it was already late at night when we arrived there from Washington DC and, of course, we were all hungry,” Remonde said.
He said the Malacañang group occupied only two tables and ordered a “set” meal consisting of soup, salad, a main course, drinks and coffee or tea.
“There was no truth to the report that many different types of champagne and fancy food items were ordered,” he said.another article entitled Solon says P1M is just right for NY dinner carries these words,
Quezon Representative Danilo Suarez said that he could have volunteered to foot the bill for the Le Cirque dinner celebrating the wedding anniversary of the First Couple had Leyte Representative Martin Romualdez not beat him to it.
“I don’t know why they are making such a big deal, it’s New York where everything is more expensive than Manila. We were more than 50 in our group, the President’s security and the secret service joined us,’’ said Suarez in a phone interview.what long tables must have those been that they were able to serve a group of "more than 50", well, perhaps as big as those at hogwarts school.
punyeta! anong akala nyo sa amin, tanga?
where's your sense of decency?
that is, if you know the meaning of the word in the first place.