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Manna Story (Plaza Singapura)

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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.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

+65 62381245
$17 based on 36 submissions
Lunch (9 votes), After Work (8 votes), Dinner (8 votes)
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Authentic Korean Grub

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.

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• 18 Jan 2015 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

Authentic Korean Grub

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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.
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• 24 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

IGNORANT STAFF! !!

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I visited Manna Spreu at Plaza Singapura today around 5plus in the afternoon. There was no one to lead me to a table so I just sat down on one of the many available tables. There were2 tables with customers and I was near one that were just being served. A female staff looked at me and simply say down to have her dinner. The young male staff brought the side dishes to the table next to mine and simply ignore my presence!!! Because of the delay, my dinner time was shortened to only 20 mins, having to look for another restaurant! 

Having good food with such bad service simply takes away the positive points to have another reason to visit this restaurant again


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• 29 Aug 2014 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

good and nice

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the food was tasty and tastes so fresh. aside from this the crew are all attentive and well versed on the what they are selling. 
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