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21 votes

66940807

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 02:00

Eve of PH: 18:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun

$72 based on 14 reviews
A casual-styled restaurant and bar offering high quality crustaceans, cooked simply, and most importantly, priced reasonably. Helmed by the duo who started Klee (bar) at Portsdown Road, this is also the perfect place to enjoy cocktails under the stars. See what foodies like this place for
Xin Ying Chew • 02 Sep 20145 reviews 0 followers

Visited Naked Finn for my birthday celebration. Got the set meal for 2 (seems like everyone else is getting it!). But honestly, it was nothing to shout about, especially with the hefty price tag of $168.
 
1. Clams - so so only, soup wasn't tasty.
2. Baby squid - this was in my opinion the best dish! Texture was just nice - not too chewy or tough, well marinated with just the right amount of chao-tarness.
3. Scallop &...

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Xin Ying Chew • 02 Sep 20145 reviews 0 followers

Visited Naked Finn for my birthday celebration. Got the set meal for 2 (seems like everyone else is getting it!). But honestly, it was nothing to shout about, especially with the hefty price tag of $168.
 
1. Clams - so so only, soup wasn't tasty.
2. Baby squid - this was in my opinion the best dish! Texture was just nice - not too chewy or tough, well marinated with just the right amount of chao-tarness.
3. Scallop &...

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The Hungry Bunny • 22 Aug 2014554 reviews 20 followers

For the full review, please see http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/04/the-naked-finn.html 
 
Its off-the-beaten-path locale is a pain to get to if you don't drive, but parking is a breeze, because so few people come here.
 
While The Naked Finn is pricey, the food was good enough to make the meal somewhat value-for-money. Especially if you order the set meals. Homage is paid to its natural flavours with the barest touch of the grill, and adornments are kept to a minimum...

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SCS C • 20 Aug 2014236 reviews 1 followers

hotos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2014/08/12/the-naked-finn-gillman-barracks/ 
 
 
 expensive seafood at this uppity too-cool-for-school restaurant at the gilman barracks. this place – well. the food is good (let’s get it out of the way), but it’s simply cooked, it’s simply expensive, and service is pretty inadequate for the price you’re paying.
 
 I simply don’t understand the hype – seafood is abundant in singapore, and a more-than-decent dish is more than easily found (even at your neighborhood czechar store)...

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