- LOCATION -
92 Amoy Street 01-02
11:30AM to 3:00PM
6PM to 11PM
Fri, PH Eve
6PM to 12AM
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Our Squirrel Mobile Squad (S.M.S) is one of the very few bespoke live stations and catering services in Singapore.
With our professional team of experienced Sushi Chefs and Service Ambassadors, we aim to bring the freshest sashimi & sushi together with our fun vibe right to your door step!
We are also able to customise our live station & canapés menu to suit your theme/event.
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Hidden Sushi Bar in Amoy Street
As squirrels like to hide their nuts in locations unknown to most of their kind, and return to these secret hiding places when they’re hungry or in need of a satisfying meal, The Flying Squirrel is a humbly-sized, hole-in-the-wall hideout, tucked in the corner of an alleyway along Amoy Street… a secret place that people come to when in search of good grub, coffee, or a casual drink.
Inspired by the love of travel, coffee, art, music and Japanese food… and a by-product of mostly alcohol-induced conversation, The Flying Squirrel has an intriguing story, stringing together fragments of New York, Melbourne, Tokyo and home-base, Singapore. Just ask Angel, the fair lady and mastermind of the concept, for the full story if you see her scurrying around the sushi bar counter. She will gladly oblige... most certainly after a drink or two. *hint*
The chefs of The Flying Squirrel offer a Japanese-inspired cuisine that ranges from fresh cuts of sashimi, handmade sushi and lunch bento sets, steeped in tradition, to the occasional twist on familiar favorites, such as Truffle Ebi Fry, Premium Chirashi and signature makis.
Squirrels are also known to eat a wide variety of fruit and green vegetation, hence TFS’ healthy adaptation of Cha Soba, served with Inari and vegetable maki… not forgetting fruit.
One could invest some time to try and figure out some of the secrets that go into the signature Chef’s Surprise Bento. Pardon the establishment if some form of coaxing is necessary… One has to remember that a squirrel ALWAYS protects its nuts.
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