Recovery Food at the Fort

Found this sosyal na tapsi place from the group of Mamou. We tried Tapa de Morning (P180) and S.S.T (spicy sweet tuyo P180), with fried eggs and organic brown rice. And for an additional P35, I had my SST with talangka (crab) rice. The side sauces of Sriracha, hoisin, and pinakurat vinegar made me finish the whole bowl. Yummy!
Recovery Food is located at the corner of 32nd and 8th avenue at Fort Bonifacio Global City. It is close to the football field and is open 24 hours.

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About Pam

Teacher, cook, foodie, wanderlust
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