Taipei Foodie Guide

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Taipei is a city that never stops eating, and a big part of this eating takes place on the streets. With its legendary night markets and festivals, round-the-clock breakfast shops, recipes honed for generations, and celebrity-status food vendors, there’s always something steaming, sizzling, or stewing on the streets to tempt passersby.

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Taiwanese cold noodle

Fu Te Cold Noodle

  • Cold Noodle restaurant
  • Price: $
  • Favorite: Cold noodle (涼麵), 3-in-1 soup (3合1湯).
  • Fu Te on GMaps
Beef noodle soup

Dong-In Chop Bar

  • Chop food stand
  • Price: $
  • Favorite: Beef noodle soup with Wonton.
  • Dong-In on GMaps
Fried shrimp rolls

Jing-Shang Shrimp Roll

  • Taiwanese restaurant
  • Price: $
  • Favorite: Shrimp roll (蝦捲), fried chicken leg over rice (雞腿飯), squid soup (魷魚羹).
  • Jing-Shang on GMaps

Chop goose on a plate

Tien-Mu Goose

  • Deli
  • Price: $$
  • Favorite: Goose, pork liver (豬肝), Goose intestine (鴨腸)
  • Tien-Mu on GMaps
Strawberry mochi dessert

San-Ming Sweets

Fried pork ribs

Jin-Peng-Lai


Spicy beef hot pot

Lan-ji

Soy milk and egg roll

Fuhang Soy Milk

  • Breakfast restaurant
  • Price: $
  • Favorite: Soy + Rice Milk. Thick bread with Scrambled Eggs. Egg Pancake.
  • Fuhang on GMaps
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Special thanks to the Taipei Foodie Guide contributors:

  • Stefan George. GoWeeWee Ambassador.
  • James Young. Airline Pilot.