Taste in Taipei
Shilin Night Market
|Shilin Night Market is the one of the largest night markets in Taipei. The market is centered on Yangming Theater and Cicheng Temple. The night market is formed by many prosperous shops on Wenlin Road, Dadong Road and Danan Road, etc. Among them, Shilin Market was built as early as in 1899 and the market is famous for various snacks and eatery. Many visitors have come to Shilin Night Market to enjoy the delicious foods, such as large pancake enfolding small pancake, hot pot on stone or Shilin sausage. Shilin Night Market has become a renowned place for great foods.|
Raohe Street Tourist Night Market
|Raohe Street Tourist Night Market is located on Raohe Street, Taipei, 600 meters in length. It is the second tourist night market in Taipei. Various products and local foods are sold in the night market. There is a decorated-archway in front of the entrance. There are various shops and stands in the night market. It presents Taiwanese characteristic and is definitely a place worth visiting.|
Linjiang Street (Tonghu) Night Market
|Located in central Taipei, Tonghua Street Night Market is one of the busiest street markets in Taipei. Being the most local night market in Taipei, Tonghua caters to those looking for a more authentic night market experience without leaving downtown. With Hakka culture, there are variety of special local foods in Linjiang street night market. Due to its location, there are lots of store around the night market. You can go shopping while having dishes.|
Din Tai Fung- A MICHELIN Guide Restaurant
Din Tai Fung was founded in Taiwan in 1958, and has grown from a mom-and-pop restaurant into an internationally recognized brand, specialising in xiaolongbao (steamed dumplings) and Huaiyang cuisine. Din Tai Fung have insisted upon and continue to insist upon using natural ingredients, handmade dough, and top quality filling. It is this insistence that has made xiaolongbao world-renowned and allowed us to open branches far and wide.
Branches in Taiwan: https://www.dintaifung.com.tw/eng/store.php
Yongkang Street gathers many Taiwanese snacks and gourmet. Yongkang Street and its neighboring lanes and alleys are home to more than 30 operations, not including night market carts and independent merchants that line the streets selling all types of food. For instance, you could visit the original Din Tai Fung restaurants, have 40-year-old Yong Kang Beef Noodles, or enjoy mango shake(mango smoothie) in hot summer.