Specialties:oyster vermicelli, spare ribs stewed in herbal soup, pepper meat buns, duck meat, stinky tofu.
The Raohe Street Night Market covers various kinds of booths for general merchandises, accessories and yummy snacks, all at low and affordable prices. By looking at the booths with queues of people, it is not hard to find out the most popular snacks. You absolutely don't want to miss snacks like: Stew Ribs in Chinese herbal Medicine, Crispy Pepper Pastry Cake, Steamed Bun, Oyster Noodles, and all kinds of cold drinks. You can't forget the Spicy Stinky Tofu, Beef Noodle, and Tempura. In addition, Wufenpu is the largest garment wholesale marketplace in Taipei.
- Night Markets
- Family、Campus teaching
- Suggested Months for Visiting
- All year
- Raohe St. and Sec. 4, Bade Rd. and Fuyuan St., Songshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C
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G Songshan-Xindian Line SongShan
Short but niceA pretty small night market with a lot of non-food stalls as well. Try to come before the crowds. Chinese-style shopping district is nearby.
Was hoping for betterI don't know who said this was less crowded or had better food than Shilin, but they were wrong. I went to Raohe saturday night (and Shilin Friday night for comaprison) and it was so packed I just felt like cattle being hearded to the slaughter. It was like that for 2 hours. I was exhausted. I could hardly find the space to stop for food. If the weather is nice, DONT GO ON THE WEEKEND. (Pictures are one in front and one behind. This was only the beginning.)
Raohe Street Market well worth a visitWe went early by taxi from our hotel, and enjoyed the market before it later became extremely busy. Interesting array of food stalls and other types of goods. At one end is a temple with toilet facilities. A nice contrast to the more modern department stores and a reminder of the past.
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Prefer weekdaysI am going there during weekdays and not too crowded to walk around the market. Nearby the market got a temple and rainbow bridge. Many local foods can try at this market. Easy access via MRT (sorry for forget station name).
Lots of good food.This is one of the most famous night market in Taipei. There are lots of food vendors, restaurants and some clothing stores. There are vendors on both sides of the street plus the middle which makes the place very crowded. At times we weren’t even moving because of the size of the crowd. Make sure you try the Michelin recommended Fuzhou Black Pepper Bun, it was fun to watch them make it then they are stuck to the side of their special vat where they are baked. The queue is long but it does move quickly.
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