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Located down a common-looking dark alley way, the Flying Squirrel is new to the Tanjong Pagar Area. A total hole in the wall type of restaurant, it took us a while before we managed to find it and boy, was it worth it.With a reservation in place, we were recommended this place by my partners friends who chanced upon it by accident. This Japanese - Western fusion restaurant is an upcoming restaurant where I envision it to be the next epic hang out location for those who frequent Club Street.The s
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Located down a common-looking dark alley way, the Flying Squirrel is new to the Tanjong Pagar Area. A total hole in the wall type of restaurant, it took us a while before we managed to find it and boy, was it worth it.

With a reservation in place, we were recommended this place by my partners friends who chanced upon it by accident.

This Japanese - Western fusion restaurant is an upcoming restaurant where I envision it to be the next epic hang out location for those who frequent Club Street.

The staff was friendly and seated us in a lovely little spot. The restaurant wasn't that big but it was fully packed! I was amazed by the amount of people.

We started off with a bottle of white wine and a platter of sashimi about SGD$40++

The catch was fresh, smooth and tasty. I love the subtle taste of the sashimi that was light yet flavourful.

After, we decided to split Wagyu Udon ( SGD$30++) The beef was tender and the soup was light and delicious. The best beef udon I've ever had!!! I would definitely go back for this dish.

The atmosphere is inviting, though it was kind of warm and the spot light was way too bright during dinner. We told the staff and they helped to turn the lights down a little.

I would highly recommend this place for people who are thinking of a great place for a first date or for those who'd like to take their clients out for an interesting and fun business meeting.

(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-03-05
Spending Per Head
$40 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Wagyu Udon and Sashimi