If you ask me, one of Singapore’s finest restaurants can be found in an unassuming two-storey building in the shadow of the city’s tallest financial towers.
One of Australia’s most famous wine regions, Coonawarra (pop. 335), is also its most remote.http://eclaircissage.blogspot.sg/
In 1996, Singaporean Magdalene Tang was a stock trader with a oenophile's heart who was forced into the kitchen of the wine bar she owned when the chef didn’t show up on opening night.
Ever heard of Mag's Wine Kitchen? Well, Better late than never...http://bibikgourmand.blogspot.sg/2012/09/mags-wine-kitchen.html
Alvin De Silva finds that, despite a revamp in its menu, foodie favourite and culinary scene stalwart Mag’s Wine Kitchen is still a purveyor of comfort food.http://www.theedgesingapore.com/component/content/39465.html?task=view
"Life's already complicated enough, we should just focus on the simplicity of enjoying a good meal," addressed the owner-and-chef of Mag's Wine Kitchen, Magdalene Tang. And we couldn't agree more.http://sg.lifestyleasia.com/en/features/wine-and-dine/mag-s-wine-kitchen-new-menu-review-12178/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
Stepping into Mag’s in the CBD area is like stumbling into a private kitchen – the homey, relaxed set-up gives a friendly air to the bistro-styled European cuisine.http://appetiteasia.com/eat/dining-out/2274-mags-wine-kitchen-circular-road
- Banker turned knighted oenophile and gourmet chef Mag Tang turns most diners here into personal friends with her smooth foie gras and aromatic meats plus seriously addictive desserts and of course a world class wine selection crammed into this closet size eatery.
- Friends of ours introduced us to Mag’s Kitchen one evening to our delight. Sit near the chef’s kitchen high up on benches or at a cosy table, the ambience is relaxed while the service is impeccable. A simple menu takes the guesswork out of the question of what to have. The three-course meal is made to perfection and a wine selection that compliments the dishes gains my vote!
- The respect for good food is evident. With Tang, you know your dinner is in good hands. No menu is needed.