Moving & Steins

Q: Why did the Maple & Apple Cider Brined Roasted Chicken Breast cross the road?
A: To get to the bigger kitchen.

Magnum & Steins has been getting big flavours out of their small kitchen in the location next to India Gate for the past ten years. But now, says general manager Bernie Fowler, it’s time for something bigger.

“We own both locations,” says Fowler. “The other one is bigger and we already have a bed and breakfast down there.”

The new space allows for a private dining room, as well as a much bigger kitchen, which includes a walk-in cooler and freezer.

“It’s just amazing what the boys have done up in that little kitchen for ten years,” says Fowler.

The move to 329 Duckworth Street was due to happen at the end of November, but Fowler says they were just too busy at their current location to close shop and spend two days moving, so they will wait for a time early in the New Year.