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Our hotel was close to these night markets so we were lucky enough to visit them twice. The scallion pancakes are definitely worth a try. We also tried the local sausage on a stick and a stir fried pork. There isn’t much seating and it...More
We have always visited Ningxia Night Market due to its location. It's of walking distance from Taipei Main Station which we prefer to stay. This night market caters more food than shopping. It's good to pop by for late night snacks or for those who...More
We went to Ningxia Night Market with a friend who is local to Taiwan. The food is really good and there are a couple of must try items - the deep fried taro balls at Lui You Zi and the Sesame Oil chicken. We were...More
We made a visit here around 8 pm on a Friday. It was very crowded but manageable. Lots of food to choose from and some places to sit. Definitely recommend the mochi stall-hot or cold with shaved ice. Very tasty!
It is not probably best option to hurry up to night market with empty stomach and finding million option to eat. For people with low or no possibility to decide it is catastrophe. You have great 👍 choice for soups, tofu, salty, sweet, meat 🥩...More
It's just one street basically; far smaller than say Shilin or indeed most night markets we visited. We had good food and the vendors were pretty chatty and friendly, but because it is smaller it lacked the atmosphere of some of the bigger, more bustling...More
This is a must do attraction in Taipei. I love to taste and try different foods however my husband not so much but even he was amazed at the variety of food offered and got adventurous himself. We loved almost everything we tasted and got...More