字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Yellow Productions Presents! The best night markets in and around Taipei Taiwan. I'm Chris! I'm Topher! And in this video we're going to be showing you some the best night markets to eat out at in and around Taipei. In this video we'll visit the following night markets Best overall for food and just food Ningxia night market. Best for seafood Keelung night market. Best because it's the biggest Shilin night market. Best for snake Huaxi Street night market. Best variety Raohe night market. We will begin with the Keelung night Market. The Keelung night market while not directly in Taipei it's just a short train ride from Taipei and it's one of the best across taiwan particularly known for its seafood they've also done quite a bit with the signage here and there's English signs on every stall so if you don't speak Chinese you know at least a little bit what you're getting. To get to the Keelung night market from Taipei main station take a TRA train to the Keelung train station. The Keelung Night Market is a fairly sprawling market but try to find the temple. The temple is the center of the market and some of the best stalls are around the temple. Something you'll see in a lot of stands here is the Ding Bian Cuo. It's a noodle soup that has these really big noodles shrimp and some pork in it. It's a very mild broth. Quite tasty. Another popular item here is Tenpura. Well not japanese Tempura but here it's actually fish cake with some sauce on it served in little bowl with a dainty little fork. Kind of sweet. Kind of Savory. Kind of Chewy Not too fishy. Only 35 New Taiwan dollars so pretty reasonable. next up Shilin night market. The best market because it's the biggest. It's the biggest in all of Taiwan. It's not a single street in fact it's an entire neighborhood. There is a building the one behind me called Shilin market. On the ground floor there's shops. In the basement is a food court. But this entire neighborhood is actually a night market. To get to the Shilin Night Market take the MRT red line to the Jiantan Station. Go out exit 1. And the Shilin Market is this area over here. Next up Huaxi Street. One of Taipei's oldest night markets its name literally translates to snake alley and is most famous for its restaurants here that serve Snake! You can even pick the one you want to eat out of the cage. The night market at Huaxi Street is two blocks long. It has some decorative red lanterns. And it's covered which makes it great to come to on a rainy day. The first block of the night market in addition to the snake vendors also has a number of souvenir shops and massage parlors. If snake isn't really your thing, the second block of this night market has some food vendors that sell more normal Taiwanese foods. There's also three other night market streets in this area that have carts selling other tasty treats. To get to the Huaxi Street night market take the MRT blue line to the Longshan temple stop. Once you're here you'll find a number helpful signs directing you to the night market. Make sure to also check out the Longshan Temple built in 1738. Dedicated to the Buddhist goddess mercy. The Ningxia night market is my favorite for food. It's a narrow lane flanked on both sides by food stalls. As well as one side having some traditional brick-and-mortar restaurants to get to the Ningxia Night market taking the MRT Red line to the Shuanglian stop. When you get out exit 1 turn left walk down that street. One of the most popular things at the Ningxia night market is the Oyster Pancake. Also in Chinese is the Er at sen here you can see it has taiwanese oysters. It has vegetables, starch, egg and some sweet sauce You order from the Stall two doors down. They have you sit in this room and they bring it to you when it's ready. If you don't like Oysters don't be afraid because they also have shrimp or you can get half Shrimp half Oyster. But even Oyster ones they don't really taste like seafood. It's really good! You should try it out. And if you can't find that stall good news there's a whole bunch of other vendors that also sell Oyster pancakes. Give one of them a try. And finally Raohe Street night market I like this night market because it has a good variety of shops and food. It's clean, well-organized, and its compact. 600 meters on a single street. Easy to see easy to take in without being completely exhausted and overwhelmed. To get to the Raohe Street night market take a TRA train to the SongShan station go out the west exit turn right at Songshan street and then turn left on Raohe street. If you're more of a visual person just find your way outside the station look for the big temple turn left there's the night market under the arch. While you're here make sure to also check out that temple the Ciyou temple. It was established in 1753 and honors the Chinese goddess of the sea. Thanks for watching! Click on the flag subscribe! You might also enjoy some these other videos! Over here! Click either them to watch! You'll find more links to Night market videos in the description. I've got detailed videos for each of the night markets in this video.