G.A. Benton

Bibimbap (center) at Manna Korean Restaurant inside Saraga International Market on Morse Road.

Korean food has turn into pretty well-liked in Columbus — it’s even showcased in chain eateries — but scanning a substantial menu of Korean dishes can nonetheless be intimidating for folks who didn’t expand up eating the delicacies. Enter Manna Korean Cafe.       

Due to the fact it focuses on effectively-executed, crowd-pleasing classics — and exhibits them in menu shots — Manna is a fantastic place to explore Korean foods. It’ll hook veterans of the delicacies seeking for superior values, also.

(Bonus: You can shop until you bop soon after eating at Manna.)

“Bop” — aka “bap” and “bob” — pops up frequently on Korean menus because the term indicates “cooked rice.” Manna (like Momo Ghar and Ranchero Kitchen area just before it) is another robust-undertaking eatery launched within the global-ingredient wonderland of Saraga Worldwide Grocery on Morse Highway.