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Manna

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Manna is located at Telok Ayer Street and serves Korean Food.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 22:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62277425
$24 based on 20 submissions
Lunch (12 votes), After Work (8 votes), Dinner (8 votes)
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The last time I went there was a couple of years back. I didn't go there again as there are many good Korean restauratns in SG these days and they are very very competitive. Manna is not the most fantastic Korean eateries in SG for sure. But I was nearby last Wed, so I didn't mind giving it a try again.

The place was renovated I think so it's brighter and more comfortable. I went there for dinner last week and it's very quiet, so the serving staff is very prompt in attending to us. Am going there again tomorrow for lunch and see if the service standard will actually drop.
 
 Food is pretty good and they are generous in the small side dishes.

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• 10 Feb 2015 • 102 reviews • 8 followers

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The last time I went there was a couple of years back. I didn't go there again as there are many good Korean restauratns in SG these days and they are very very competitive. Manna is not the most fantastic Korean eateries in SG for sure. But I was nearby last Wed, so I didn't mind giving it a try again.

The place was renovated I think so it's brighter and more comfortable. I went there for dinner last week and it's very quiet, so the serving staff is very prompt in attending to us. Am going there again tomorrow for lunch and see if the service standard will actually drop.
 
 Food is pretty good and they are generous in the small side dishes.
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• 18 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

don't waste your money time taste and feeling

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this is my first time to write review for food ,
cause i experienced the worst ... cannot just ignore.
i really hate this place, i will never go back..
their service is hell.. food is not good,
i don't know how they still open and run this restaurant !!
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• 25 Apr 2013 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Satisfies your bibimbap craving

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I like to come here when I am craving bibimbap in a traditional setting and I feel like I can splurge money-wise that day. In addition to the bibimbap, I have tried the korean ramyuen, pancakes, bulgogi, and mandu. While all of the food is satisfying, it doesn't seem like a great value due to the lack of ambience and poor service.  However, the food really does hit the spot if you have a Korean food craving.
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