[CLOSED] ManNa Korean Restaurant

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * MANNA was founded on November 11th, 1999, with a vision of providing a meeting place that serve rich traditional Korean cuisines with a taste of Korea's distinct culture. Throughout the 16 years of service, MANNA has expanded to various food courts around Singapore and opened a new line of MANNA STORY branches to better cater to the taste of our younger guests. Our main branch in Telok Ayer specializes in Korean BBQ and other premium Korean cuisines, while our MANNA STORY branches focus on Korea’s casual street foods accompanied by a colorful and cozy atmosphere. MANNA had numerous opportunities to serve Korean top celebrities (Rain, Shinhwa, F.T Island, C.N.Blue, After School, Jan Geun Suk, Kang Ho Dong, etc.) during their visits to Singapore. As one of the pioneering Korean restaurants in Singapore, members of our MANNA Family promise to deliver our best service and dining experience to our guests.


From the Burpple community

Most will love a hearty Korean meal, and I'm glad that I'm able to get some quality ones in the east from the restaurant. The soondubu (soft tofu) stew ($13.90) is really packed with ingredients, and boast a very full bodied soup and will definitely warm your heart. With 5 quality side dishes that can be refilled, you are guaranteed a full hearty meal!

I use to love this place but now this is one of the korean restaurant I’ll never step in. Their kimchi use to taste so good but now its way too sour, kimchi soup taste horrible, Saturday discount information wrongly given by their staff yet we as customers have to bear the responsibility by paying more.

Delicious variety of meat available for the dinner buffet! Love the thin sliced beef and the pork belly. Really enjoyed the meal! 3 pays for 2 so the total bill with Makgeoli was $115 I think.

The food was OK but tasted more localised than original. Service was fantastic and quantity was q large

The portion is huge and generous for me but I guess it is satisfying for guys. It is the kind of soup you would be craving for when you’re feeling cold in the office or when you’re falling sick. They provided a variety of kimchi which goes well with the food. It is quite reasonable to pay $14.9 for the lunch set.


계란찜 (Gyeran Jim) - Steamed egg in a hot claypot. This Korean-style steamed egg came bubbling towards us. When we scooped into its fluffiness, it was a smooth eggy flavour full with the sweetness from chicken broth. Never knew a simple steamed egg can be elevated this way by so much.
Team lunch at this Korean outfit. The place is crowded at lunchtime, so be sure to reserve. Pretty decent, authentic Korean.