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Manna BBQ

One of the best words associated with dining is All-You-Can-Eat.

Manna BBQ is one of those great few places that offers quality food for All-You-Can-Eat.

Manna BBQ is a Korean barbecue that has meat ranging from marinated and unmarinated beef, chicken, pork and a few spicy flavored meats. Two of the menu options also consist of a few seafood choices. All this meat wouldn’t be as good without delectable vegetable sides, savory soups, steamed rice, salads or a steamed egg.

You choose from three different menus, A2, A1, and S1. Off the menu of your choosing you can have what you want, when you want, and as much as you want.

You are in control. There is a grill on your table and you have the opportunity to cook your food to your liking. It is the best combination of barbecuing and the sweet comfort of the great indoors.

  • There is fresh baby octopus, shrimp, and squid on the A1 and S1 menus.
  • For those who prefer a little spicy kick with their food will enjoy the spicy chicken and spicy pork bellies options.
  • If your are feeling a little adventurous then you can try the large intestine, veal small intestine or the beef tongue.
  • The most popular dish is the Bulgogi. This is a beef marinated in a special Korean barbecue sauce. It is a thinly sliced sirloin.
  • Another favorite is the Chadol Baegi, which is an unmarinated Black Angus beef brisket cut from the breast or lower chest. It is cut so thin that it is almost cooked seconds after being put on the grill.
  • The S1 menu even offers a high quality Kobe Prime choice, which is served as a Kobe short rib fillet. Kobe beef is a delicacy renowned for its flavor, tenderness, fatty, well-marbled texture.
  • There is spicy chicken and chicken bulgogi. Chicken bulgogi is the perfect fusion of sweet and savory.
  • You can try the Pork Jowl, which is similar to bacon, or pork bellies.
  • To end your meal right, you must get dessert. They have Mochi ice cream. Mochi ice cream is a pounded sticky rice cake filled with ice cream. At Manna BBQ they have green tea and strawberry flavors.
If you find yourself wanting Korean barbecue but you are sadly away from North County and in San Diego then you are in luck. They have three other locations in Mira Mesa on MIra Mesa Blvd., San Diego on Convoy St. and in Chula Vista on Otay Lakes Rd.
They are located at 740 Nordahl Rd., San Marcos, CA 92069. It is located across the street from Walmart. They are open from noon to 10:30 p.m. on Monday – Thursday and Sunday. On Friday and Saturday they are open from noon to 11:30 p.m.
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