Sunset Goddess Manila’s Reminiscing Macau 2008 Series. Click here for the TRAVEL GUIDE.
Ater enjoying the Venetian poolside, we did some shopping at the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes (where I got a leopard print bag at Mango, cosmetics at the duty free store, and a leather name card holder at Mercato, which I still use to this day) then checked out. But before heading to the airport for our afternoon flight back home, we stayed on in the hotel and had lunch at Roka. Roka is a well-reviewed Japanese restaurant from London specializing in robatayaki cuisine. The robata is an open charcoal grill—a Japanese barbecue of sorts. It was my first time to eat in a robatayaki and I was not disappointed.
We got a table by the “bar”.
We ordered two types of robatayaki dishes—pork and beef.
The beef was very tender and I still remember how these dishes were so good. And for dessert, we had a chocolate dish that was simply superb.
Christian | Lakad Pilipinas says
Yummy food shots!
Regarding your camera query, I’m using 3 cameras; A Nikon D80 (for ultrawide and portrait shots), a Canon S3is (for telephoto needs), and a Canon D10 (for underwater).
Really does not matter what camera you have as long as you know how to maximize its potential =)
The Sunset Goddess says
Thanks Christian 🙂 These photos were taken way back in 2008, with my first digital camera (a Canon Ixus 850 IS) and back when I didn’t know camera settings and didn’t know what macro, tungsten and ISO were! hehe.
I’m planning to get a Canon DSLR soon–I can only hope I can take pictures half as good as yours 🙂