Comfort Food At Recovery Food, SM Megamall

Recovery Food is a casual dining restaurant chain by the My Mamou Food Concepts, Inc. They offer a variety of comfort food that bring nostalgic memories. From Asian inspired noodle soups to simple but comforting rice bowls perfectly paired with freshly squeezed juices. 

If I may ask you - what's your comfort food and where do you go for comfort food? Honestly, I've only tried eating at Recovery Food, BGC once and it's just their champorado I've tried and honestly I was so drunk that time lol - glad that they opened a new branch and somewhat closer to where I live. 

Glad to have the opportunity and indulge in other Recovery Food's offering together with my foodie friends during our visit at Eatogether Food Hall. Just notice on how witty they named each dish:  

Champosandro (Php99) - I've tried this previously and their version of champorado was still as good as it was! 

Tomarrow Never Dies (Php235) -  Something new on their menu. Definitely a putok-batok but definitely something you can't stop eating. 

Doc Sisig (Php155 for regular or Php235 for full recovery) - RF's house sisig! Served with fried egg and garlic rice.

Balbakwa (Php195) - A Filipino beef stew made from beef, collagen-rich beef parts, and various spices cooked for hours until very tender.

Tapa de Morning (Php185 for regular or Php265 for full recovery) - Who loves Tapsilog? Me! Anytime of the day! This home made tapa that's served with fried egg, ensalada and fried rice.

If you're looking for a quick, hearty meal without subjecting your palate and breaking your bank, Recovery Food might just be the right place for you. 

Other branches are located at:
  • Ground Floor, Crossroads Building, 32nd Street Corner 8th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
  • BGC Stopover Pavilion, Rizal Drive Corner 31st Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
  • Molito Commercial Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa City

Address: Eatogether Food Hall, Second Floor, SM Megamall Building A, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
Instagram: @recoveryfood

Disclaimer: This was an invite by Recovery Food but all opinions stated in this blog posts are mine.