A picturesque and diminutive interior sets a modest appeal amidst the busy and colorful complex of the marketplace. The frenzied yet excitingly local affair supports not one’s desire to dine in style but to eat what locals eat, and do what locals do. For tourists who wish a classical demeanor of dining, Smoke Resto in Boracay satisfies such fancy.
Inexpensive comfort Pinoy food at the center of Boracay’s shopping hub is what Smoke Restaurant aspires. To think that such a tourist attraction is crammed with high class dining places sets Smoke Resto apart. Flavors are set to remind a conventional taste while vacationers can gratify their taste buds with what the region has to offer.
Garlic rice with Tabagak (dried fish) and salted egg
Unilever Food Solutions’ Sooo Pinoy advocacy acknowledges Filipino food fares from Smoke Resto as a constant aide memoire of what Filipinos used to and continue to love despite the overflow of foreign cuisine and exemplary renditions.
As the name suggests, Smoke Resto wants to emphasize that every food they offer are served hot, supposedly on a sizzling plate. Nevertheless, notwithstanding its essence, the now famed Filipino restaurant in Boracay continues to gather patrons with their delicious and comforting flavors as well as their generous service to their clientele.
The Tortang Talong is one of the considered prominent dishes in the country with its simplicity of preparation and the undemanding elements. Mainly cooked using eggplant and egg, Tortang Talong or eggplant fritters/eggplant omelet serves as an attraction for both locals and foreigners.
Sinigang Na Hipon is another classic dish often loved by the locals. Sinigang is a Filipino soup normally served in a very sour flavor. For Smoke Restaurant Boracay, a good Sinigang comes with medium-sized prawns, stems of kangkong, eggplants, cuts of white radish to add to the sour flavor, tamarind powder to create the perfect sourness and red chili peppers for that spicy tang on your mouth.
Another soup based dish offered by Smoke Resto is Bulalo, a meat-stew made of beef shanks and bone marrow with pechay (cabbage) leaves. A lovely display of huge marrowed bone in the center, Bulalo at Smoke presents a comforting taste of good soup even in the morning.
The Adobong Kangkong is also a Pinoy favorite, where cuts of kangkong leaves and stem are stir fried on vinegar, soy sauce and other seasoning. Pairing it with Tuyo or Tabagak (dried fish), garlic rice and a side of salted egg will be the perfect energy booster even for a busy day ahead.
Smoke Resto also offers its own version of Kao Phad Rice. Slices of scrambled egg and green mango plus cuts of pork adobo with sesame seeds display the perfect topping for a generous serving of flavored rice.
Tortang Talong at Smoke Resto Boracay
Sinigang na Hipon at Smoke Resto Boracay
Bulalo at Smoke Resto Boracay
Adobong Kangkong at Smoke Resto Boracay
Kao Phad Rice at Smoke Resto Boracay
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