28 July 2013


Taiwan has a lot of night markets where most occupy either sidewalks (pavements) adjacent to streets or entire streets that are normal thoroughfares by day. Some night markets in smaller side streets or lanes. Most of the markets operate daily and feature a mixture of individual stalls hawking clothing, consumer goods, snacks or fast food, and specialty drinks. The atmosphere is usually crowded and noisy with hawkers shouting and fast-paced music playing over loudspeakers. Taiwan Night Markets changed from small local gatherings to noisy streets lined up with vendors.

Every night without fail we patronised the market and ate to our heart content.  There are varieties of food to choose from and you can never have enough.

Spring onion buns full of the flavorsome vegetables

Not our cup of tea  -  cold and hard custard in egg shell

How to resist?  Crackling skin with delicious meat accompanied by sour vegetables and chillies

Fruits coated with sweet sugar syrup.  Too sweet for us

Delicious spring rolls wrapped with lot of ingredients

Fried chicken parts

Preserved fish roe to eat with raw radish and spring onions.  A used-to taste

Cannot recall what this is!  Fried balls ?

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