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Went for a walk to find this place. The selection of food was excellent, looked clean and well prepared. There were shops to the sides and stalls Hawking too. Great vibe and very safe feel to it. Loved it.
Ningxia is more of local food and is much smaller as compared to Shilin. Their food is special and is worth the visit if you would like to experience more local food. Had the famous 方家chicken rice. We didn’t try the braised rice as had...More
Ningxia night market is small and unless you are staying around that area and looking for food, don’t waste your time going there. We walked almost 650m from Zhongshan MRT station to this night market and there are many stalls selling food and a few...More
Ningxia Night Market is about 10-minute walk from exit 6 of the Zhongshan MRT station. It is a small night market with mainly food stalls offering a good variety of dishes such as stinky tofu, chicken rice, mochi cakes, grilled beef cubes, oyster omelette, Japanese...More
The night market is exactly what you think it is: Full of people, full of stalls - offering amazing stuff - full of perfumes,... you need to see it to understand the experience. For Europeans there are classical things you will know and you will...More
I've traveled in Asia a lot and have been living in mainland China for a while now, but I was surprised to still find some novel food in this lively street. There is seafood, little grilled cubes of beef, fruit juices and fried bites as...More
Nearest MTR is Shueng Lian station, exit 2 and walk 10-15 mins to reach the nite market.
Mainly food stalls and i believed is just 40% of Raohe night market.
The longest Q - the Mo Chi dessert stall.
By the side building, a handful...More
tried to taste some unfamiliar food and they were goooddd!!! it was a food nightmarket — it is one long stretch of a street lined up with kiosks serving different food from the familiar (fruits, milk tea, angus beef..) to the very unfamiliar — stinky...More
Variety “local food” on the street. The price is just daily cost, not too expensive. It’s easy to go there by bus, car(parking is easy) or take the MRT. My suggestions about “delicious trying list” are fried stinky-Dofu, hot-ice with mojo, oysters pancake topped with...More