Korean Score

Since there weren't any sweets on the menu, I was happy to sneak one last bite of kimchee, pack up my leftovers, and call it a meal. On my last visit, though, I found myself gawking at a nearby table of Korean customers, who managed to clear away some plates to make room for some kind of fruit and bean-topped sundaes. They looked really tasty, and although I probably couldn't have eaten one at that point, a few spoonfuls would've been perfect.

I don't know that I'll ever get to study Korean, but there is one phrase I really should learn:

It's chile in here: (clockwise from top) Manna Cafe's bulgogi, baby-back ribs, and seafood tofu soup.
Jackie Mercandetti
It's chile in here: (clockwise from top) Manna Cafe's bulgogi, baby-back ribs, and seafood tofu soup.

Details

Yakimandoo: $7.95
Spicy chicken (lunch plate): $6.95
Baby-back ribs: $12.95
Beef brisket stew: $9.95
480-5454-6677, »web link
Hours: Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 9 p.m.
Manna Café, 721 North Arizona Avenue, Gilbert

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Kim
Kim

Manna's food was decent, but the service was HORRIBLE. It took me 25 minutes to get a glass of water, I never received the rice or kim chee I requested, and I had to get up and request my to-go boxes. After sitting there for an additional 15 minutes waiting for the server to make eye contact, I decided to take matters into my own hands. Oh, did I mention that my husband and I were the only ones there!!

 
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