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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. See Ningxia Nightmarket and all Taipei has to offer by arranging your trip with our Taipei travel itinerary maker.
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  • As you all know, there are loads of nightmarket in Taipei city. We tried to go those 'less-tourists' ones and were recommended with this nightmarket by local Taiwanese friend. At first almost no touri...  more »
  • This night market has deteriorated in food quality compared to when we were there 4 years ago. Same goes with the attitude of the vendors. The yam ball stall vendors refused to allow changes in order,...  more »
  • Getting here is easy, just get of at main station and walk a couple of minutes. The night market is one single street filled with food stands and games. Unlike other markets, this one has a lot of pla...  more »
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  • The front end of the market is taken up with games of chance for kids. Everything from hoopla to catching goldfish. The rest of the market is devoted to food. Amazing and strange offerings abound. Most stall holders have no English but usually you can find out how much it is. Passers by will usually tell you what the product is. Everything is very cheap and filling. There are tables to sit and eat. Steer clear of any of the drains as they pong and will turn you off your food.
  • My first and my favourite night market in Taipei!! It's small enough that it doesn't take forever to finish. Food doesn't repeat itself after a few stalls (know what I mean??) and it's not super packed. I also like that it's in the centre of the city and so easy to walk to. I frequented this market in my trip!!
  • Amazing food. Go on an empty stomach because you need inhale the food at maximum capacity. The food is so cheap you can literally eat whatever you want there. Recommendations: - Heineken Green Tea (can be found in one of the drink stalls near the big street opening) - deep fried egg green onion pancake - the fruit stall smack in the middle of the market (all those foreign looking fruits? Yeah those are the best, if you Havnt seen it BUY IT and just chomp) - deep fried taro balls with pork floss and yolk (you won't miss this because there's always a line but it moves fast) - cherry tomatoes covered in syrup (those funny looking sticks with red balls on them) YUM YUM YUM who would've thought - personally speaking the sit down stalls were a bit disappointing to me. I enjoyed the stalls that were carry and eat more in terms of taste and innovation.
  • There's SO much to eat here! Reasonable pricing, good variety, all in one tiny street. Good eats include oyster omelette, chicken rice, braised meat rice and peanut mochi! It can get a little too crowded though.
  • We liked this market better than the shinlin night market. This is much smaller though but had pretty good food choices in my opinion.