18 Yishun Avenue 9
#01-83 Junction Nine
Singapore 768897

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

01:00pm - 11:00pm

01:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Belgian Chocolate (S$4.20/ scoop)

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Pop on over to this insta-worthy ice creamery, hidden in Junction Nine at Yishun, for a taste of specially curated gelatos and sorbet with a wide range of flavours to fit every taste bud. If you're up for an alcoholic ride, pair a scoop of their Mou Tai Liquor ($6.20) with their Crispy Waffles ($5.50) or go fruity with their Apple Crumble ($4.20) atop their light and airy Croffles ($5.50).


Beside they carries a wide range of flavours from creamy gelatos to refreshing sorbet, also have waffle,Croffle,cake and even coffee.

Feature their signature ice cream :
๐ŸฆMou Tai Liquor.
Using premium Chinese Bai Jiu, can taste the liquor, not too strong and its balance the sweetness of the ice cream.
๐ŸฆSummer Berries.
Refreshing, the sweetness fr fruit, and healthy version coz not added sugar.

Don't forget to check on their Croffle ,it's cripsy and very airy.

18 Yishun Avenue 9 #01-83.
Junction 9.


A couple of years ago and Yishun only had a lone ice-cream parlour โ€” still remembered making the trek down to Holy Cow Creamery back when it was probably the only ice-cream parlour that the north had. Fast forward to 2021, and Yishun is now home to several ice-cream parlours such as Hyogaki, No Horse Run and Bloom Artisan โ€” Overscoop is yet another new ice-cream parlour which has found home at Junction Nine.

While there are quite a number of flavours to choose from, which included the Mango, Strawberry Cheesecake, Honeycomb and Lychee Sorbet, there is one flavour that seemingly stood out the most to us โ€” the Moutai Liquor. The use of a Chinese liquor is probably a first, and strays away from the use of Western liquor of the likes of Baileyโ€™s and Rum for an alcoholic ice-cream flavour. Whilst the ice-cream flavour started off pretty mild at the start with its milky base, the booziness from the Moutai builds up slowly as it starts to perfume itself round the taste buds, and grows stronger over time โ€” something which we found pretty alluring for how soothing, yet with coming with an alcoholic kick, and bound to be a flavour that will be well-loved by those who are into alcoholic ice-cream flavours. It also pairs surprisingly well with fruity flavours such as that of the Lychee Sorbet, or the Apple Crumble which we had opted for โ€” something that those who love fruity alcohol can consider, though the Apple Crumble felt a little generic here. While the caramalised apple added a good sweetness and a soft chew that matched well with the Moutai Liquor ice-cream, it was marred by how it lacked structural integrity; unable to hold the weight of the scoop of ice-cream above it.

Yishun has no shortage of ice-cream parlours with their own twist โ€” since the days of Holy Cow Creamery where they have offered pretty unique flavours such as Mr Potato Head and Miss Saigon, to the botanical-inspired flavours and sourdough waffles that Bloom Artisan has to offer, as well as the Pandan-infused Waffles and Milo Sauce that appears on the menu of No Horse Run. Overscoop adds to the list of such places in this very neighbourhood โ€” the Moutai Liquor ice-cream being the flavour I would go for again. A neighbourhoodly ice-cream joint that residents around the area would appreciate having in the neighbourhood!

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[๐˜ฏ๐˜ฐ๐˜ถ๐˜ฏ] A quantity taken up by a scoop by a little excessively.๐Ÿจ
"Overscoop overscoops a mini scoop of any flavour(less signature) ice cream and put on top of your normal scoop."
Yep! Another ice cream parlour have pop out within the Great Wall of Yishun. Niceeee!
Had a Waffle($5) with 2 scoop.
Waffle had a good crispy outer but for the inner, I felt that its a bit undercooked and not fluffy as it tasted moist and doughy, maybe due to the thickness. It was then topped with scoops of ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce, salted caramel sauce and sugar icing. Felt that the sauce kinda little too.๐Ÿ˜…
Not saying not good, but flavours not strong enough for me.๐Ÿ˜…
Mou Tai Liquor(Signature) - Unique Mou Tai taste, give a very high icy minty note. Not intense enough. Good to try.
Rum and raisin(Premium) - Light and creamy. Not boozy enough. Raisin bits kinda little. Overall, still okay, got the sweetness.
Cotton Candy - Mini overscoop. Exact taste of sweet candy floss.
Bundaberg Brew($3.50)
Blood Orange
Pricing(Kinda expensive)๐Ÿ’ธ
Single - $4.20
Double - $8
Extra scoop - +$4
Premium - +$1
Signature - +$2
Topping/sauce - +$0.60
๐ŸšฉOverscoop, 18, Yishun Avenue 9 Junction Nine, 01-83, 768897
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