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Ningxia Nightmarket

Ningxia Road, Taipei, Taiwan
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Ningxia Road, Taipei, Taiwan
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There is quite a lot of food here so choose wisely. I recommend the peanut ice cream and the shaved ice with mango!

1  Thank Leyla m
Reviewed 22 June 2017

There are soooo many nightmarkets in Taiwan. This night market was almost all food so if you are looking for non-food goods, don't come here! The night market is a short street and it was not very crowded at all. The crowd is mostly locals...More

Thank YamaBee
Reviewed 13 June 2017

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 tourist will come to this place but I believe it is getting...More

Thank Gloson
Reviewed 18 May 2017

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, and rather we don't buy instead. The sesame chicken...More

Thank Pink L
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

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 places to sit once you've bought you're...More

Thank Tintin L
Reviewed 23 April 2017

When one talks about the Taiwan night markets, Shilin and Raohe would arguably have the easiest recall. Most tourists and travel blogs can’t help but rave about the amazingly cheap finds in food, fashion, and everything in between, in these two shopping havens. However, due...More

Thank milcah889
Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

good location, great varieties of foods, can't get enough of the fried onions pancakes, i'm mouth watering writing about it. kids can play games while adults indulge themselves in culinary marvels, must go for anyone who likes to eat.

Thank Richard C
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

This is one of the smaller night markets that has much of what you'll see in other night markets, but there seemed to be a stronger selection of seafood. This includes several carts offering grilled seafood, deep fried seafood, and the one we tried, stuffed...More

1  Thank loveDCA
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

This is like any other night market.. more food stalls compared to Shida.. no shopping here.. u can play some old school games here at almost the end of the stretch. Pretty crowded. It is body to body kind. But all good. Worth a visit....More

Thank naihpos
Reviewed 24 December 2016

매일 가서 저녁 및 야식과 후식을 해결했습니다. 찐음식, 구운 음식, 탕 처럼 다양한 음식이 있었고, 부담없는 가격에 국수나 탕은 양도 적어서 조금씩 다양하게 맛보는게 가능했습니다. 추천 음식: 사진에 나온 음식 taro ball 빼고 다 맛있었습니다. 굴국수는 호불호가 갈릴 맛. 맨처음 나온 돼지내장탕 강추입니다. 국물도 인심좋게...More

Thank Rachel R
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5 December 2016|
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Response from Shankarii | Reviewed this property |
nope...Chinese New Year is a public holiday in Taiwan 😆