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
Services & Facilities
G Songshan-Xindian Line SongShan
BL Bannan Line Houshanpi
Bring me back to TaiwanMy fav part of this Taiwan Trip is the night market! There were lots of variety of food to choose from.
Nights after nightsNight markets are a must do when in Taiwan, go on an empty stomach for a culinary experience unlike any before!
Bring me back to TaiwanThe food at this night market is delicious, there were a variety of food choices and there is even vegetarian food
San Francisco, California
FRIENDS and FOODOur group tour ended at the oldest night market in Taipei right after dinner. Everyone was still full from the famously dim sum at Din Tai Fung. Ugh!! With the gentle night air, light strung overhead on both side of the street, wondrously aroma waffling overhead, and noise level excitement you can tell that Raohe Night Market is still a pretty good market. It is only 2,000 feet long and takes only 10 minutes to walk the entire length without stopping, but you will miss everything! Since there was a good size crowd, I took my time checking out the various food stalls with baked, grilled, roasting items as well as fresh fruits and drinks and vendors selling electronic accessories, clothing, and kitchenware. A favorite night market snack the Black Pepper Bun are stuck to the inside of small tandoor-style ovens and bake for 20 minutes. Ideally, it should be crispy and golden brown on the outside, with a juicy spiced pork and green onion filling. Mine was charred black in certain spots on the outside (oven too hot or baked too long), but the inside was very juicy. I must try another in another night market. Hmm...what is that strange smell? Love it or hate it — the deep fried Stinky Tofu the classic Taiwanese night market snack. The odor comes from fermentation and it really taste better than it smells. Eating pickled cabbage balances the stinky tofu. Our group of friends enjoying trying new items never found at our home town. The night market is an ideal place for grazing as a group. Usually everyone wants a bit or two, not the whole order since there is so much more to see and taste. It is fun to try. The Ciyou Temple is a prominent landmark with all lights on at night. The temple was founded in 1753 is located at the east end of the night market. It is worth seeing. The 6-feet high “LOVE” sign is located in front of the changing multi-color Rainbow Bridge (pedestrian) spanning the Keelung River. It is less than 4-minute walk from front entrance of the Raohe Street Night Market. This place is wonderful for photo op in the evening. It is great fun time with FRIENDS and FOOD ... at the Roahe Street Night Market.
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Another famous night market in TaipeiWe find this night market better than Shilin night market. Tried many food, milk tea, snacks etc here. At the entrance, there was a stall selling pepper pork pie that had a very long queue. We bought some and it was nice.
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