New IG-Worthy Ice Cream Cafe At Bugis Is Giving Out FREE Scoops On 5 March, Open Till 12am On Sat & Sun

New IG-Worthy Ice Cream Cafe At Bugis Is Giving Out FREE Scoops On 5 March, Open Till 12am On Sat & Sun

Food Lifestyle
ByRachel on 04 Mar 2021 Senior Digital Editor

We’re not sure if Ben & Jerry’s annual Free Cone Day is happening this year, what with the pandemic and all. But don’t you waste timing waiting around, for we’ve found another ice cream spot to hit up - and they’re giving out free ice cream to all you sweet-tooths out there!

Hailing from Malaysia, Inside Scoop is a popular ice cream chain that you may have encountered during your weekend jaunts to JB or KL. In a first overseas venture, they’ve set up a new outlet at Bugis in Singapore, and to celebrate their launch, they’re organising Free Scoop Day on 5 March 2021 - no strings attached.

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Read on to find out more about Inside Scoop Singapore’s Free Scoop Day!

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Inside Scoop is a highly-raved Malaysian ice cream cafe that currently has 26 outlets in the country alone. Their 27th outlet, also their first overseas branch, is located at Bugis, a stone’s throw from Sultan Mosque.

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Since their soft launch in February this year, they’ve received a fair amount of support and would like to give back to fans with Free Scoop Day on 5 March 2021, from their opening time at 12.30pm, all the way until they run out. 

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Here’s their current flavour list: 

  • Madagascan Vanilla Bean *
  • Peanut Buttercup *
  •  Sicilian Pistachio **
  • Hojicha *
  • Premium Matcha *
  • Unicorn
  • Valrhona Chocolate *
  • Musang King (durian) **
  • D24 (durian) *
  • Teh Tarik
  • Mixed Berry Yoghurt
  • Strawberries & Cream
  • Cookies & Cream
  • Cempedak *
  • Mango Passionfruit Sorbet
  • Hazelnut *
  • Oreo Nutella Cheesecake *
  • Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake *
  • Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Mango Lassi
  • Earl Grey Lavender *
  • Lychee Raspberry Rose
  • Lucky Pistachio **
  • Marbled Sesame *
  • Genmaicha with Chocolate Feuilletine

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Probably not all the flavours listed above will be part of Inside Scoop’s Free Scoop Day, but you can be sure that there will be a good variety, as an estimated 800 scoops of ice cream will be distributed!

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Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Each scoop typically costs $4.80, while double scoops and triple scoops cost $8.30 and $11.50 respectively. Premium flavours marked with an asterisk (*) require an additional top-up of $1 per asterisk.

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Apart from the freshly churned ice cream, you can also look forward to eye-pleasing pastel interiors that look great on the ‘gram. Just like the ones in Malaysia, Inside Scoop’s Singapore outlet has a pale yellow and white colour scheme with abstract wall murals, neon light signages, and a circular garden swing.

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Do note that customers are only allowed 1 free scoop per person on Free Scoop Day, but that just means you’ll have an excuse to drop by on another day to try out more flavours next time.

Inside Scoop Singapore
Photo from @insidescoopsg via Instagram

Inside Scoop is within easy walking distance of Bugis, Jalan Besar, Lavender, and Nicoll Highway MRT stations. They’re open till midnight on weekends so night owls can grab a late-night dessert for supper!

Inside Scoop Singapore
Address: 779 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198747
Opening hours: Sunday & Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 12.30pm - 10.30pm | Friday & Saturday: 12.30pm - 12am (Closed on Tuesday)
Telephone: 9114 7566
Website

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Text by: GirlStyle SG


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