Linjiang Street Night Market is located in a residential area of Da-an District. The market opened about eight years ago and today is populated with nearly 200 stalls selling a wide array of snack foods. The market is expecially popular among neighborhood office workers looking for a tasty and budget-friendly bite to eat.
The market is open from 6:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m, making it a perfect spot for hungry night owls. Among the tasty popular dishes sold here one can find ganban noodles in meat broth, oyster noodles, oyster omelettes, barbecued sausages, soy stewed meats, peanut powdered pigs blood rice cake, Taiwanese-style hamburgers with stewed meat, rice noodle soup, sponge cake (ever popular with the kids!), and just about anything else you may be hungering for. Make sure to stroll a bit further down Wenchang Street to browse the stylish Chinese and western style furniture shops.
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- All year
- Linjiang St., Da'an Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
Monday: 18:00 – 00:00
Tuesday: 18:00 – 00:00
Wednesday: 18:00 – 00:00
Thursday: 18:00 – 00:00
Friday: 18:00 – 00:00
Saturday: 18:00 – 00:00
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R Tamsui-Xinyi Line Xinyi Anhe
Small but Mighty Local Night in Da'anSmall, local night market with delicious food choices! It seems to be consisted of a main street and several side streets. About 5- to 10-min walk from the MRT station Xinyi Anhe (R04). You won't miss the entrance. We went early in the night around 7 PM in a light rain, but we were delighted with the experience of Taiwanese sausages, Thai sweet crepes and Thai iced tea, steamed stinky tofu noodle soup, grilled chicken butts, deep fried taro cake and rice cake, etc. If you are into foods and a less crowded or less touristy experience this market is a nice one to stop by.
Tasty foodLet yourself plunge into smells and noises of this night market. Be brave and eat food you never tried before
slightly average night marketi visited this night market after my trip to Taipei101 and elephant mountain as its pretty close by (20mins walk) or 2 train station away. its pretty small but it does have the standard food, clothes and claw catcher machine.
Night walking and tasting delightsVisit this special street and experience the uniqueness of the Taiwanese cuisine in the food cart style, mixed with the small retail and game shops creating a memorable evening in Taipei.
AverageFun night market. Seems to have more a local crowd than others. Not as many food/shopping options, and also not as much foot traffic.
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