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Ningxia Nightmarket, Taipei

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Delight your taste buds at Ningxia Nightmarket, a bustling conglomeration of street food stalls and shops nestled in the heart of downtown. Explore the busy street and marvel at its huge array vendors offering a variety of traditional Taiwanese snacks in a variety of forms, from fried squid to taro cake. Grab a bowl of fish soup or a beef skewer to chow down, or sample the area's famed oyster omelet. By using our Taipei road trip website , you can arrange your visit to Ningxia Nightmarket and other attractions in Taipei.
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  • Recommended two stores 1. Oyster Fry King: Lobster ren/oyster fry, pork liver soup, lobster kernel fried rice (no weekend) clam soup delicious, not suggestions point garlic fresh oyster, a small amount of expensive. 2. Fried Taro Circle: I ate the name of their store for nearly 40 years, and when they bought it, they didn't have to queue up. In the last 10 years you can see a circle of people around the small stalls trafficking, now the boss should be the second generation of siblings, a few years ago, the taro taste a little bit of light (a bit like the taste of the taro in the bean curd), The last thing to eat and return to a few decades ago is the old taste, only two products: pure taro and egg yolk. It's delicious! There is a family shop is a pity, the name should be to remember oyster fry, before father-son cooperation, oyster/lobster ren Fry is the best, ingredients are very fresh large grains, fried micro-crisp slightly burnt, my wife and I used to eat here every time I can not go to the second shop, but recently went to see only the second generation did not see the old boss, while the environment of the health of the movement to regress, Delicious degree is also less than half, hope Refuels!
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  • Stalls are busy, but good staff. Went into the tea pot stick & dumpling shop. Mixing ate the sweet potato fries. How I wanted to eat rice. To girazu that was lined up.
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  • It is a 2 second visit. The last was not eaten, mixing sweet potato fries. In lots of by custard is very delicious! Be sure and is good or to just pour the custard or providing wet wipes.
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  • One of the older, more "authentic" night markets in Taiwan. Ningxia Night Market is a very manageable night market that stretches along the middle of a road, and has a very good variety of food and drink items, with a game stalls section at one end of the market. Don't miss out on the row of restaurants and eateries by the side of the night market.
  • One of my favorite night markets for food! It's quite small, just one street however, it is packed with delicious food. Don't miss out on my favorite oyster pancake shop.. it's to the left of the entrance of the night market.. worth the wait!
  • Small, yet exciting Night Market, but nothing compared in size and scope as to the Shilin Night Market. The stalls are packed tight and even on a weekday it can be challenging to move around. The night market here is only 1 street long, and has a lot of the usual goods you see at other night markets, albeit with less choices. Prices are similar to other night markets. If you have other choices I would visit another night market before this one, yet this one gets the job done if you are unable to see or experience any of the others.
  • A really cool night market to try out some local food. Some things may be a little adventurous for Westerners that aren't used to it, but definitely worth a try. Bring cash as most places won't accept other forms of payment.
  • Usually night markets have a main theme. This one is food. Wide spread of culinary options, also there is an interesting stall that sells flamed beef cubes

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