- For $20, you get $40 Worth of Korean Cuisine.
- For $40, you get $80 Worth of Korean Cuisine.
- For $60, you get $120 Worth of Korean Cuisine.
- For $80, you get $160 Worth of Korean Cuisine.
Like the gift that keeps on giving, side dishes at Manna Korean Restaurant ingratiate tables six plates at a time with varieties like Kimchi radish, garlic and peanut anchovies, pickled lotus root, asparagus and many other vegetables and egg dishes. The Korean master behind the food appears to Taekwondo pork ribs into shameful submission on the barbecue as they simmer to tantalising tenderness.
Select from 10 cuts of meat, including Broiled Green Tea Pork Belly ($22), Pork/Beef/Chicken Bulgogi ($19 onwards) and Marinated Beef Ribs ($28 for 2 pieces), and bathe tongues in a signature Ginseng Chicken Soup ($19) or Spicy Seafood Soup ($16). Pick from various rice and noodle dishes and load up on various authentic korean appetizers to keep bellies happily satisfied at this cosy korean restaurant.
Earthy rivers of korean tea are free flowing throughout the meal to wash down Korean delicacies and self consciousness after the consumption of main and side dishes.
The beef arrived sizzling on a hot plate with other side dishes—patties, spicy bean sprouts, the ubiquitous kimchi, long beans with egg, spicy potato slices, rice, soup and a jug of cold tea. It was a lovely, authentic, heartwarming and filling meal. The beef was tasty and sweet, the kimchi crunchily spicy and all the side dishes complemented one another well."Monday to Saturday: 10am - 10pm
...at Manna, they serve a variety of Ban Chan (side dishes), ranging from the Traditional Kimchi to delicious bite size Korean kimchi pancakes...We selected the Green tea marinated Samgyupsal and the pork brisket and like any other Korean restaurant, the friendly staff will be there to help you grill your meat. Besides BBQ, they do serve a large selection of Hotpot and soups and sidedishes like pancakes and rice bowls."
Closed on Sunday