Recovery Food

G/F Bonifacio Stopover, 31st St. cor. Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Recovery Food
3.9
4.0 Stars

36 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 12
  • 4 stars 12
  • 3 stars 9
  • 2 stars 3
  • 1 star 0
  • 39 Reviews
  • 20 Recommend
  • 36 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Phone
+639176267909

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot
Menus:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Odessa G.
3.0 Stars
3

After a grueling 18 hour shift we decided to give ourselves a treat!

Ordered:
128055 Tapa 3/5
128055 My Mami 5/5
128055 Chorizo 2.5/5

Let's talk about the chorizo with rice and egg. For it was way on the sweet side which is not what I was looking for at the moment! 128584

It goes the same for the tapa. 128586

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Ruth S.
2.0 Stars
3

TAPA DE MORNING and ORIENTAL SALAD (+ extra sunny side up egg) for lunch just because we wanted to eat something good and pretty affordable.

But why only 2 stars?

BECAUSE SERVICE WAS PRETTY BAD. ☹️

We were still eating and a waiter approached us and gave us our bill.. we said we’re not yet done so he left. After around 10 minutes, another waiter approached us and gave us our bill. YUNG TOTOO PINAPAALIS NIYO NA BA KAMI?? 🤔🤨 Since it was kind of weird and off that they kept on giving us our bill, we finished our meal right away, paid, and left. 🙄

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Pat D.
3.0 Stars

It was a busy day. I was customer number 4 and waiting to be seated.

Ordered their Happy Beef Rice- it was okay. There were some components on the rice that were a bit hard.

The Sagalaman tasted weird. It’s not the usual sago gulaman. I didn’t like that much.

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
5.0 Stars
9

It’s simple and delicious. It’s a quick stop meal made better. It’s relatively healthy depending on what you get. I mean they have organic brown rice. Our team had a super time comparing our bowls. Have the Happy Chicken! Must try when you’re in the area.

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Emily T.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Jae-t M.
2.0 Stars
2

DISCLAIMER: Not meant to dissuade people from the restaurant's services.
Some people find this place good. I wont stop you from trying it, who knows! It may be your kind of cooking style. This place will serve it's basic purpose, feed you. For almost Php200, you'll get a bowl of rice topped with about 200g of meat. Same kind that you can get at a regular carinderia or the ones you typically cook at home, only your version maybe better. A friend mentioned her experience at a near y branch (also in BGC) was better. Maybe so. They are not bad. They are clean. Well light. Spacious. Staff are friendly. They have a whole selection of meals to choose from. I unfortunately have not planned any repeat trip as of yet.
Sorry I cant find the pic. Looks
Like any other anyway. Egg. Meat. Rice. Bowl.

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Abe C.
5.0 Stars
4

Tapa da Morning to you! It's come full circle that, the first breakfast resto I ate in BGC when I moved here 2 years back would be one of the last breakfasts I'll have here.

Meet Recovery Food. Not a stranger to the drunk, the (BPO) agent or the residents of BGC, this was their 2nd branch in The Fort 2 years back when Stopover was newly opened. Another 24/7 operation, this is brought to us by the same owners of Mamou.

Recovery Food, at a Glance:
> Food & Beverage: 127775127775127775127775127775
> Service (Dine-In): 127775127775127775127775127775 top notch service from the dine in staff
> Kitchen Service: 127775127775127775127775 usually fast service
> Ambience: 127775127775127775127775 they went for the industrial look here. Simple but good enough.
> Value for Money: 127775127775127775127775
OVERALL: 1277751277751277751277751/2 rounded up to 5 stars
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> Worth a try - Yes
> Worth a return - Absolutely!

> TIPS: the regular size bowl is more than sufficient for most people. As a big guy, I only have one regular myself. They're dog friendly in that we bring our dog, though stay at their outside table. They give her a drinking bowl! Yehey!
Plus I like that they give you the option of brown or white rice. Very cool.

> VERDICT: a great place to eat breakfast, rice meals, and, for the drunk, a place to get back your wits and drive home safely.

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Must try:
> Tapa de Morning - a delicious sweet savory concoction of brisket cuts beef tapa, so it's shredded beef, sort of. P180 regular
> SST - sweet spicy tuyo P180 for regular is fine already
> Dalandan Juice is awesome! Good for sharing.

Also good
> Happy Beef or Chicken Rice
> Doc Sisig (but go Full Recovery for P235)

I've also tried the Alfonsorizo (Chinese chorizo) with cured rice is good but not enough. I hold their expertise on noodles suspect at best. I also like their Sinagolaman for dessert. Hello, Peanut D. 128521

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Manila E.
5.0 Stars

Tapa de Morning for PHP 180 is superb! If you haven't tried it yet, you haven't experienced life. Okay, I might be exaggerating but it's good and has the right amount of tender meat and sweetness. Plus, you can request for brown rice too.

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Gayla b.
4.0 Stars

After a night at The Palace, we needed some after booze food. So went here and Ket, my really drunk bestfriend orders Rau Men, for no reason what so ever-- the next day he can't seem to remember that we even went here. I did my beloved Doc Sisig of course. 128525128077🏻

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Anna d.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Paolo S.
3.0 Stars
3

The arroz caldo was surprisingly good! The name Happy Chicken Arroz Caldo was very, very apt. The porridge was very flavorful even by itself and not the bland kind that would draw its taste from the toppings. I'd recommend this as a great modnight snack.

The champorado, however, was just average and nothing too special.

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Camille S.
3.0 Stars
2

I wanted to try something different in Recovery Food other than its Tapa de Morning so I went with Happy Beef Rice. Happy Beef Rice was RF’s version of beef pares. I think the serving’s good enough for one person but I still think it’s too expensive. I like how the beef had a few “fat” in it but regretted it because I can taste how oily it was. The beef was tender and the flavor was just right. I honestly wanted a saltier version but I know I am bias towards salt. :) Still, it was a good “break” from my usual tapa order.

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Jonathan R.
4.0 Stars

Lechon Kawali

This is a decent lechon kawali. The dip is creamy and a little spicy which is happiness in my palate! I think it was the dip that made this dish special.

It didn't wow me but I liked it.

Side story...

I was surprised that the server remembered me and the food I ordered the last time I dine there. And before I left, she asked me which is better, the chinese chorizo or the lechon kawali. I responded, "parehong masarap." And I said, "thank you."

Excellent service!

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Jonathan R.
3.0 Stars
3

Alfonchorizo 290Php

Fried rice
Chinese chorizo
Scrambled egg

Nothing special. The spicy vinegar "pinakurat" compliments well with this dish. The serving is generous. Their best seller is lechon kawali. I should have ordered that instead. Pero next time na lang.

Servers were very nice. Everyone wears a smile.

Place is clean.

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Joy and Lance x.
4.0 Stars

#JLJustLanded recommends:

Doc Sisig
--had to shy away from our staple order, Tapa de Morning, and decided to go with another Pinoy classic. Perf for chill rainy nights 128076

Follow our food/travel-ventures on Instagram:
@jljustlanded 128107128156

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Norman Lester T.
4.0 Stars

Recovery Food is best after booze sessions. My officemates and I went here before going home after Bugsy's.

I ordered my usual Tapa de Morning. You may choose how you want the egg to be cooked - sunny side up or scrambled. I chose the later. I had brown rice. I also had their Barcia's Strips (125php). This is fried thinly sliced pork strips. More like of a bacon, but sweeter.

P.S. Their rice bowls are available in two sizes: regular and full recovery.

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Jem M.
5.0 Stars
3

Our friendship of having different shift schedules at work leads us to eat here at Recovery Food. The name of the restaurant itself is perfect, coming here on a Friday night after our work shifts just means we need good food to eat to recover from a stressful week.

The Barcia’s Strips is our favorite. Thinly sliced pork strips that taste good alongside that vinegar. We ordered the Dalandan juice by the bottle which is really flavorful that we wish it could have been bottomless. My favorite is the Happy Beef Rice. It tastes even better with their sauce. (I forgot what it’s called, just eat here to find it out. :P) The other ones that I have tried are Happy Beef Arroz Caldo and PinaTUNA-Y which also taste good.

Their rice meals come with two types of serving: Regular and Full Recovery. They even offer brown rice for your rice meal, perfect for those who were on a diet. Their restaurant is open 24/7, serves good food of affordable price, eat here and you will surely recover. :)

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars

Tapa de morning for breakfast!!! 9728

When it comes to good tasting tapa, Recovery Food is one of my go to places for breakfast food. I like how tender and tasty their tapa is and how oh so filling all their rice meals are. Perfect way to start your busy hectic days at work 128529128513128077🏼 or for some, best way to recover!!! 128521128076🏼

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Camille S.
3.0 Stars
2

I've always associated Recovery Food as an expensive place because of all the things I see online. But when I browsed their menu, the price is somehow comparable vs. other restaurants. I ordered Tapa de Morning. It's actually a good thing that the customers have the liberty to choose between having white rice or brown rice. The thin beef strips had little to no flavor at all. It had a generous amount of rice but I ended up leaving some of it.

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Russel F.
5.0 Stars

Recovery Food has been always our choice whenever we wanted a quick recovery after running or even after booze! Their branch in Home Depot has been very precious because of its intimate mood. Though you have to line up for more than 15 minutes (sometimes), it's all worth it because their food says it all!

And I was more than surprised and amazed that they have branched out to the newly-built BGC Stopover to cater commuters (or nearby folks) who wanted to have that quick recovery from a long tiring day or from a bad traffic. The new branch was well-lit and bright, which was dissimilar from the first branch I've tried. More chairs and much spacious, but the great selection of food that made them famed was there and continued to expand their menu!

I decided to try Doc Sisig, while my friends got their Tapa de Morning and Amadobo.

I like sisig so much! And I am not gonna lie about sisig-related pet peeves. You can really tell the difference between a homemade sisig and a canned-made sisig. In Recovery Food's case, it's the former, and obviously not canned-made sisig. The crunchiness and savory taste that I want in sisig that I usually had at the pubs were present here in my bowl. And then you have the mayo that adds some hook to the flavor. Add a little Sriracha sauce onto it and boom, you'll have one of the surely best sisig in town! And yes, I like eggs to be scrambled at times, because every day is not always a "sunny side-up"! #mema

My friend who's a first timer to try this has really loved the tapa de morning. I love that too, and remains as one of my favorites from Recovery Food!

Serving time was fast and the service was more than great! Although I prefer the warm ambiance and that "late night" feel of the Crossroads branch, I'll still give this branch a perfect rating!

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