I attempted to make a reservation at The Flying Squirrel thrice and were always thwarted by others more enthusiastic about advance booking than me. Finally, on the fourth try (whatever happened to third time’s the charm?), we scored a table for 5 yay! Ordered a lot of food and honestly, while I love Japanese cuisine wholeheartedly, nothing at TFS blew me out of my socks (not that I was wearing any), except maybe the gorgeously fatty negitoro tataki which I can easily self-assemble at most other Japanese restaurants ha.
Top right, clockwise:
TFS signature maki, onsen tamago, spicy maguro temaki, anago, unagi and aburi salmon sashimi, tako wasabi.
pounded tuna belly, black tobiko, uni, served chilled
salmon belly, rocket leaves, homemade sauce
assorted sashimi, japanese rice
The Flying Squirrel
#01-02, 92 Amoy Street