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About Mandu - K Street
Mandu's newest location, opened Jan 2011, is located at the City Vista building in the Mount Vernon Triangle neighborhood. Mandu opened on 18th St. in the fall of 2006 by Chef Yesoon Lee and her two children, Jean and Danny. Chef Lee presides over the kitchen making sure that the recipes and dishes taste as she was originally taught being raised in Seoul. Her specialty is creating homestyle Korean dishes that one would enjoy in her own kitchen. Jean and Danny run the operations and service, providing a fun and energetic environment that offers the comfort and ease of a neighborhood restaurant.
Washington, DC 20001
Hours of Operation:
Full Kitchen: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm, Sunday: 11:00am - 10:00pm
Late Night Kitchen: Monday - Saturday: 11:00pm - 1:00am, Sunday: 10:00pm - 12:00am
Bar: Open Until Last Call
453 K St., NW
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Mandu offers 1 room for private dining that can seat up to 50 people. Our restaurant is great for hosting birthday parties, wedding rehearsals, business luncheons and many other events.
Private Party Contact:
Jesse Selvagn: (888) 653-8941
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Mandu - K Street Ratings and Reviews
There were flies circling our table all evening. This is the second time I’ve had this experience. It really makes the meal unpleasant. The food is great, the service is wonderful and it’s very reasonably priced. If they could just fix the bug issue, they’d be a home run.
We had been looking for good Korean food in DC and Mandu hit the spot. Nice level of spice in the food and a knowledgeable server who took pride in knowing the dishes on the menu and explaining very thoroughly the techniques used in preparation. Good selection of cocktails also. Recommended.
Don't miss the happy hour sojutinis and mandu!! The mandu alone is worth the cab fare! It was just as crunchy & delicious as the street vendors in Seoul!
My husband had the bul go gi. He was a little confused by the presentation, but I reminded him that the leaves are customary - just not always included when you get it at other restaurants. It was different for the veggies to come on the hot plate with the meat, but he enjoyed them.
I had the vegetarian dduk bok gi. The flavor was sweet and spicy but not so spicy that you couldn't tell what you were eating. The mushrooms & noodles were perfect! I would have liked some more vegetables (maybe carrots & cabbage), but that's just a personal preference.
The ban chan was a little blander than I like, but again - that's a personal preference. The way it was seasoned would be perfect for someone that hadn't tried it before.
The service was attentive and we'll timed. I will definitely be back when I'm in DC.
Not sure if the server didn't hear our order correctly (it was very loud) but I asked for my dish without egg and it came with it anyway. My friend asked for a chicken dish but got beef. Food was ok; they accommodate gluten avoidance by not using marinated beef so the dish was bland.
We were there for a Volleyball Team Dinner. What started out as 6 parents grew to 28 people including 10 teenagers. They were able to accommodate us upstairs for the entire team and we had a great time. We got there at 6:00 and was able to enjoy some drinks and appetizers for 1/2 price for an hour (Happy Hour 4-7pm). The waiter Jun and others helped serve all of us with multiple drinks, appetizers and entrees. A good time was had by all, good value, good food (Galbi, Bibim Bap and shrimp dumplings were the favorites) and good service. Even those who never had Korean food enjoyed themselves. Will be back same time next year.
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