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01-02, 92 Amoy St · interesting places nearby
The Flying Squirrel information
This sneaky squirrel lurks down a laneway off Amoy St. Find it and your reward is fresh, delicious Japanese in a cool but cosy combo of brickwork, filament bulbs and designer chairs. Bento boxes are the lunchtime hit, while the more elaborate dinner menu includes a 'reinvented' Wagyu Burger, with bread and beef minced together and pan-fried in a moreish red-wine sauce.
Between 2.30pm and 6pm it's drinks (including great coffee) and sweet treats only. Book ahead for dinner.