Thankfully, Smoke is not located on the beach, or else their excellent dishes would not be priced at P50 each. Named after an editing program Ancho, the owner, used to fiddle with at a production agency in Manila before he faxed his resignation from Boracay, it offers honest-to-goodness delicious home-cooked Filipino meals. His wife and Smoke's chef, Ria, offers some of the best Filipino meals in Boracay: kaldereta, spicy squid, adobo, inihaw na bagus, and pancit bihon.
Ancho also told us about the "jamming" session they had scheduled at Station 3. We stopped by, and he was playing the bongo drums with a big group of locals with guitars, rai...Read More