Recovery Food: Comfort food that hits the spot

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Recovery Food. Is it a restaurant you go to for hangovers? Will their dishes help de-stress me? My husband and I have passed by this restaurant several times and the name always intrigued us. After I saw one of my friends post a pic of their tapa dish on Instagram, we just had to try it! Here’s what we loved about our Recovery Food experience:

Recovery Food Menu. Recovery Food.

Good comfort food you can get 24/7. Recovery Food serves a variety of dishes that are sure to make you feel fuzzy wuzzy good. It’s awesome that it’s open all hours of the day! I now know where to get my comfort food when I work overtime.

Tapa De Morning. Recovery Food.

The waiter recommended their Tapa de Morning. That’s their home made tapa served with a fried or scrambled egg, ensalada and your choice of organic rice (white or brown). I got this with a sunny side up and brown rice. It was delicious! If you like your tapa on the sweet side, this is definitely for you.

Servings come in two sizes: a small bowl or the Full Recovery bowl. The pic above shows the smaller serving. It was just right for me.

Happy Beef Rice. Recovery Food.

My husband got their Happy Beef Rice in Full Recovery serving. This is their tender beef rice topping with Recovery Food’s special beef rice, which can also be taken brown or white. It was so yummy! I’m ordering this next time.

The choice to have brown rice. My health-conscious husband was so happy he could have his brown rice fix while enjoying classic comfort food. Points to RF for that!

Calamansi juice. Recovery Food.

Calamansi juice yumminess. Their calamansi juice was so refreshing! We ended up ordering two bottles of this. We practically glugged down the first bottle. It was the perfect drink for a warm evening.

Outside looking in. Recovery Food.

Outdoor seating. It was a full house when we got to RF, and we were majorly hungry. They offer seats right outside the restaurant. We faced the kitchen where we could see their cooks hustling and bustling about. It was cool getting to see how our beef dishes were being prepared.

We’re definitely returning. We already know what to order too! My husband wants to order their Amadobo (Old fashioned adobo with organic adobo rice). I want to try their ginataan dessert. Now we know that if you’re nursing a hangover, looking for a place to de-stress, or simply want good food, Recovery Food’s the place to go to!

Visit Recovery Food at:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/recoveryfood
Twitter: @RecoveryFood
BGC: G/F Crossroads 32nd st. corner 8th avenue, Bonifacio Global City, 1634 Taguig

5 Comments on Recovery Food: Comfort food that hits the spot

    • Toni
      May 17, 2013 at 1:11 pm (4 years ago)

      Faye: You run in BGC? Woohoo! I should do that since I work in BGC but don’t. have. the. time.

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  1. Faye
    May 17, 2013 at 1:42 pm (4 years ago)

    We rarely run there na these days, so far away from Cavite. But the husband is joining a race in July (tagal pa haha) so I’ll try to convince him to drop by RF after :)
    Faye´s last blog post ..Maia Travels: Mother’s Day At Bag Of Beans

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  2. Em Dy
    May 17, 2013 at 9:33 pm (4 years ago)

    Happy Beef is also my favorite at Recovery Food.

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    • Toni
      May 20, 2013 at 4:45 pm (4 years ago)

      Em: I’m looking forward to my own bowl of this! :)

      Reply

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