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Established in 1996, Mag’s Wine Kitchen has earned a reputation as one of Singapore’s premier destinations for superb wine and fabulous French cuisine. Found among the Boat Quay shop houses along Circular Road, Mag’s is all about simplicity. The menu is short and sweet, with hearty French classics making up the majority of the options on offer. Open every day of the week except for Sunday, Mag’s Wine Kitchen is a must-visit for fans of French bistro cuisine and fine wine. Don’t forget that if you’re bringing a big group of 15 to 20 diners or more, check the availability of the upstairs dining room when you book.
Been going to Mags for a few years and absolutely love it. The food is amazing and the service is excellent. This has been transferred to there new premises along with some modern touches is a beautiful shop house setting. Will continue to be a regular visitor.
Food was exceptional. Ate here on a Friday night - had the scallops and lamb shoulder plus dessert and wine. One of the best meals I’ve had in SG.
Featuring an expansive wine list with picks from across the French countryside, as well as some Italian, Australian, Californian and Spanish varietals, Mag’s Wine Kitchen on Circular Road is passionate about providing a large array of choices without ever sacrificing on quality. Prices range from low to high, but even the cheapest bottle is of a superlative standard. Led by Mag, a banker turned restaurateur, Mag’s in Singapore’s Boat Quay is a labour of love that supasses even the highest expectations.
Just as with the cuisine, Singapore’s Mag’s Wine Kitchen keeps the restaurant’s setting clean and simple. Elegantly furnished, the interior is sophisticated and suitable for a romantic evening out. Diners are treated to a number of starters and mains like the 180g Australian beef tenderloin, braised angus short rib, pan-seared sea bass fillet and butter poached Boston lobster among several French choices like foie gras terrine. Mag’s is committed to using seasonal ingredients whenever possible, so the menu changes often – check back in from time to time to see what’s new. This Boat Quay restaurant is on the smaller side, so reservations are a must!