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Ningxia Night Market, Taipei

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web
Walk along the crowded narrow street and try various dishes at Ningxia Night Market. Many food stalls offer barbecue dishes, seafood, and desserts, as well as opportunities to try the popular oyster omelet and barbecued squid on a stick. Some stalls combine different flavors by putting meat, seafood, and vegetables on a stick; just choose what you like and they’ll grill it on the spot. For dessert, try glazed strawberries and plums as you get a feel for the national cuisine and enjoy the ambiance. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Ningxia Night Market and many more Taipei attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Taipei trip itinerary maker.
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  • It's a city at night in the middle of the street and the Zhongshan station. I think that walking was staying at Zhongshan depending on the location. Food is the main night city. Is the roof on one side (side building), so I can enjoy without getting wet if it rains much. In the quickly fried stinky tofu was delicious. Do the raw fruit gaatto juice stand is left in the middle. Integrated (mixed juice) is recommended.
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  • this night market is streetfood centric, from stir fry beef, taiwan sausages to all sort of desserts. Not to be missed is the Fried Yam Balls with salted duck egg filling. The local hot and ice Mochi....  read more »
  • Ningxia was highly recommended by friends and for all the right reasons: great choices of food, very reasonable prices, friendly locales. The choices are just right--the stalls don't offer the same th...  read more »
  • Ditch the bigger night marketlike Shi-Lin and come here for some of the best Oyster omelettes in the city. Also super popular are the deep fried taro balls. But the queue at times can be over an hour wait. Personally one of my favorite places to eat good local specialties.
  • Bring your own garbage bag and napkins. Stopped by this night market for food. Tried the jelly drink, which tasted like nothing. Tried the fried taro balls, should have gotten the one with yolk. Also tried get oyster omelet, which was good.
  • A very nice Taiwanese experience. There's a pretty good variety of food, and the general rule it to wait in all of the long lines. The deep fried taro balls were probably my favorite dish that I tried there.
  • Definitely worth checking out if you are visiting Taipei. Focusses more on food than other night markets. Try the hot mochi over shaved ice with either peanut or sesame. It's a winner
  • I'd say this night market revolves entirely around food, but, excellent food. Visit this place to try delicious and authentic Taiwanese snacks. If you're a fan of bubble tea, try to find the stand at the Minsheng West Road end, the guy who runs it is super friendly!
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