So..the rest of the food i ate on this short trip.
We could only choose 1 night market due to the lack of time, so rou he it was because we heard this place had the greatest variety of food. I actually thought most of the food we ate were somewhat disappointing? not sure if we chose the right food to eat..like typical singaporeans we went for stalls that had the longest queue though.
Right at the head of the market was the queue for oyster omelette.
Well I am not a fan of the taiwan style of oyster omelette (give me Singapore style anytime!) This was way too goey and starchy 😦 And cant do oyster omelette without that tangy chilli sauce man
Best thing at the night market by far was this pastry stuffed with vegetable and oysters. it was freshly made on the spot, tasty, crunchy and just altogether delicious.
Next best thing – this pastry ball stuffed with yam and salted egg.
next up – a little hole in the wall but ultra famous Lin Dong Fang beef noodles. Savoury beef soup with springy noodles and unfortunately slightly too tough beef slices. The best thing was this paste (known online as beef butter) on the side, and when mixed into the soup changed the flavour completely creating a creamier, thicker and more umami version mmm
The last morning was spent traversing across taipei to get our fill of doujiang youtiao. first up Yong He and then Fu Hang. The latter being the infinitely more superior version but featuring a much longer queue with people snaking up the stairs towards the food court where the stall was located. I especially enjoyed the fried biscuits with omelette and the soybean milk though everything was pretty good.