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All reviews night market black pepper street food stinky tofu pork buns songshan station long street green line rainbow bridge nice night fried squid shaved ice local food empty stomach stalls selling both sides long queue
I was alone for this trip...not knowing how to speak a lick of the language. I ate food I didn’t know the name of and just took it the experience of it all. It was definitely a night market a first time visitor have to...More
Went to Shilin, Ningxia and Raohe night markets this weekend. Raohe is definitely the best. Their specialty is the Medicinal rib soup. There are 3 similar stores set up in the middle of the street. Be sure to only go to the middle one located...More
Less crowded, more relaxed and with great food variety. You can also find shops that sell pastries to bring home and souvenirs as well as toys. The smell of the stinky tofu is not as strong as the one in Shilin Night Market.
We loved the Raohe Night market as we love food!! I would say at least 50% of this market is dedicated to food vendors selling everything from fish balls to steaks! We actually ended up having our "dinner" there on three different nights. Easy to...More
Of all the night markets, glad we chose this one and we went back three times cause so much food to try!
Best night was Thursday as smaller crowds . Strongly Recommend you eat the sui long bow there and forget about standing in hour...More
So easy to get to from MRT Green line 19 Songshan. If you are not yet in full Taipei time this market is another experience. Fortunately we went with a friend just after she finished work which enabled us to know what we were about...More
We visited the markets and were a little disappointed in the range on offer. Mostly food, a few other stalls but lots of the same types of stalls. Very crowded, difficult to move at times which is part of the experience. Was expecting more after...More
An enjoyable night shopping for street food at this buzzling place. We enjoyed the Pepper bun at the entrance. We also Chou Doufu, Turkish bread & fruits. Like all markets it’s vibrant & busy but packed with lots of goodies.
This is the only night market that I went to for my March Taiwan trip.
There are many good food in this market. The must have is the pepper bun right at the start of the market, next to the MaZu Temple. There were so...More
Food in Taiwan overall will not break your wallet, however, really depending what you buy. The majority is at a good price. Most of the food in night market is affordable and good eat for a local and tourist.