Daily: 10:00 - 21:00
Manna Story is not only known for its authentic Korean cuisine but also for its fine in-house decorations. Filled with homely decorations with pots of artificial flowers and garden designs on the walls, one will definitely have the feeling of home while dining.
View the full menu with prices here: http://chewingyum.com/2015/11/18/manna-story/
Korean food, as part of the Hallyu wave, has been the craze for quite a few years now. Many restaurants have sprung up, some good, some terrible. This one, Manna Story, falls smack in the middle. The food is ok, but really was not anything that special. Maybe I am overly dissapointed because this place came highly recommended from some friends, and I had expected a lot more. It really should have been better. My friends still swear that its good, so maybe theres just a lack of consistency in their output. If you still wanna check it out, check out the menu at chewingyum.com
Manna Story isn't bad at all, but its far from great.
Today I visit here in noon. I ordered ramen and found a plastic bag inside! When I proceed to counter to make payment, all the female did nothing and don't know what they're doing, the young male waiter ignored me and let me wait for 3 mins and come without apologies.
One of my fav places to look for Korean comfort food. Went at about 8:30pm, there was still a short queue in front of us. But I was glad we waited cos the food came quickly. The soft tofu soup was refreshingly spicy and full of tofu. It wasn't salty and I am pretty sure the soup stock did not come from some instant ramen powder as there was a deep flavor to it. The seafood pancake was crispy but didn't come with much seafood but for the economic value I am not complaining. Side dishes were not fancy but down to earth. This place is probably closest to what you would get in a small alley-way eatery in the heart of Seoul.