In response to Sylvain LANDRY, SL-Week 25: Macro.
Beautiful food will bring a curious hungry person closer.
Let the yolk flow!
Perfectly poached eggs top with shimmering hollandaise sauce is mouth-watering anytime.
Complete the meal with over-the-top Antoinette (earl grey tea) cake, macarons, and tea from a European style tea set.
Sweet macarons make a sweet evening.
A good pot of tea shall fill your senses with fragrance.
The dim lights set a romantic ambience for your greatest enjoyment.
Read the history of the iconic French Queen, Marie Antoinette, to understand why Antoinette was chosen as the name for this cafe.
More information about Antoinette cafe and its food prices are on the Antoinette website.
Disclaimer: I paid for the meal. I am not affiliated with or compensated by Antoinette cafe.
A Little Bit About Myself
I was obsessed with macros some nine years ago when I picked up my first intermediate automatic camera because that camera came with amazing macro and anti-shake functions. I was able to capture sharp images of objects as close as 4 cm from my camera lens. I took macros of everything I came across until I switched to a more compact camera that I am still using. I figured that the best camera is the one that I take with me and not the one with the best specifications. Consequently, I also capture fewer macros.