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● A Food Treasure Hunt
Taipei is the first stop, a must-see city, for most tourists arriving in Taiwan. They do their best to sample every dish and buy local souvenirs while walking through Taipei's streets.

● The Michelin guide taipe - night markets
Taipei food listings are popular in the Michelin Guide Taipei 2019 selection. Le Palais earned a 3-star rating, and 23 other restaurants won stars. Among 58 Bib Gourmand establishments, 24 stalls are from various Taipei night markets. Let's visit 4 night markets and try out some of these Bib Gourmand delicacies!

● Eat Wherever You Are
All of Taipei’s commercial areas are hotspots for food, such as tourists-beloved Yongkang street area, always-crowded Ximending, chic Eastern and Xinyi shopping districts and Gongguan area, which is flooded with college students. Can't make up your mind? Follow this guide for the most instagram-worthy must try foods that can't go wrong!

● Delving deep into the Foods of Taipei
The quickest way to experience life in Taipei is to visit the stir-fry and hotpot restaurants frequented by office workers, under the guise of a local. Don't forget to put Taiwanese cuisine lessons into your trip to explore in depth the local food culture.

● Foods of Taipei at Dusk and Dawn
Should you be making a brief trip into, or just leaving, Taipei during its witching hours of dimmed neon lights or its glimmering hours of a stirring city, riding the Taoyuan Airport Metro to Taipei Main Station, or landing in the city at Songshan Airport, there is always somewhere for you to take a break and grab a bite to eat. Why not take a brief res-pite and make some memories experiencing the local cuisine?