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The Flying Squirrel

Asian, Japanese


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Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri: 11:00 - 00:00

Sat: 15:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sun

$39 based on 11 reviews
To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 62262203)

The Flying Squirrel serves Japanese-inspired cuisine and fusion dishes. With friendly and prompt staffs, this modern Japanese restaurant in a Western setting is a great place to dine and chill out with good company of friends and colleagues.

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Jedi • 28 Feb 201311 reviews 30 followers

A hidden sanctuary in a busy location, nice place to seek refuge from the CBD crowd.
Beautiful coffee and fresh japanese food at seriously awesome prices. Super friendly service that makes you feel like you're hanging out with friends.
Unlike the rest of the F&B joints on Amoy Street, the entrance is along the alley next to Swee Kee Kah Soh Restaurant. The space is kinda small though, so I can imagine it will get more hectic during...

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chefquak • 2 hours ago198 reviews 1 followers

See my full reviews & photos at 
3 of us went lunch at the flying squirrel at amoy street on 21.10.2014. :-the restaurant has like a hidden side road entrance, not accessible from the front.
 parking at amoy street, telok ayer street & boon tat street was tricky, but we were there past 1pm and cars were moving off, & i managed to find a good lot at boon tat street.
 my daughter has...

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Rachel Cheow • 17 Feb 201476 reviews 17 followers

We had the 7-course couple valentine set meal at $266. For a full review, visit 
1/2 dozen oysters served 3 ways - lime juice, lemon juice and tabasco. This was served with a glass of sakura prosecco. It was a waste as my body hates alcohol so I only had a few sips and CC couldn't finish his too. The oysters were fresh but there were bits of sand (?) in it unfortunately. My favourite has got...

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Eugenia Gan • 26 Jan 2014111 reviews 13 followers

You have to make reservations in advance or there is no space. The entrance to the place is at the side
between two rows of shophouses.

The table has my name on it so that I know I've seated at the right table?

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