779 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198747

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12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 12:00am

12:30pm - 12:00am

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

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Finally went to Inside Scoop 🍦on last Saturday so I walked passby and quickly u-turn back 😅 so all the flavours are rotating at daily basis and i wished they could put the stories for different flavour on the counter daily. Ordered Mixed Berry Yogurt & Crunchy Genmaicha (Premium Flavour - $1) (Double Scoop - $8.30) I really didn't like milky and creamy for ice cream flavour so that I can barely taste mixed berry yogurt and crunchy (contained of Ferrero Rocher chocolate - and nuts) instead of genmaicha.

We know we miss Malaysia so much and I was so anticipating to have Malaysia brand coming in to Singapore!

Have try their ice cream in Malaysia and now they finally opened their first international outpost here in Singapore.

Featuring their signature yellow as the interior colour, plenty of seats available here for you to chill down.

All their ice cream are freshly made in-house, with the same flavours as Malaysia.

Triple-scoop Charcoal Waffle

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/inside-scoop/

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Checked out Inside Scoop’s first outpost in Singapore, which is situated along North Bridge Road within the Kampong Glam neighbourhood — situated along the stretch of shophouses where (working title) Burger Bar is located, the shophouse is decked in a cheery colour scheme; something that is bound to attract children and youngsters alike especially.

Some of its signature flavours from Malaysia are available here — such as that of their Mango Sorbet, Cempedak and Durian ice-cream, and patrons can also choose to go for a Charcoal Waffle or Signature Waffle to go alongside their ice-cream apart from the usual waffle cone and cup options. The Houjicha Ice-Cream is one that would pitch itself well even with those offered from tea specialists — carries a very distinct hint of roastiness from the Japanese tea with its deep bitter undertones; fragrant and punchy, and works especially well for a post-meal treat that cleanses the taste buds. That being said, it is the Cempedak Ice-Cream that really set the impression for us; the Cempedak Ice-Cream carrying a sweetness similar to that of durian, but not the pungency signature to the king of fruits that makes it easy to finish and not overwhelmingly rich in its finish.

While the entire area is filled with ice-cream parlours such as Monarch & Milkweed, Twenty Grammes etc., Inside Scoop does make for a good option in the area with the flavours we had tried; no doubt being more on the safer side, but are very well-executed being sufficiently creamy but also punchy with its intended flavours. One of the spots I am looking forward to revisiting again soon!

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The Teh Tarik here tastes not as good as Malaysia ones. Disappointed

Attracted by the bright cheery yellow and pastel pink, the spacious cafe has a large swing near the entrance making it a great spot for OOTDs.

Hail from Malaysia, expect interesting local-inspired flavour like Cempedak, Teh Tarik, Cendol, Kopi Peng, Salted Gula Melaka, and unique ones like Unicorn, Red Velvet, and Peanut Butter Cup.

Though me being me, I went for classic Sicilian Pistachio with buttermilk waffles. Silky-smooth and nutty fragrance, love that they have chunky bits of pistachio in it which complements the crispy yet light buttermilk waffles. Can’t wait to be back to try the other flavours!

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