Very small space. Walking between the food trucks was nearly impossible in the weekend. Out of all the night markets in Taiwan this was one of our least favourites.
Ningxia night market has really become a lot more popular and there is the famous oyster egg goup omelette. Two very famous stalls line next to each other, (these are shop fronts). The main market has everything you want, Mung Bean Smoothie, Fried Squid, Taro Ball (pork floss…
All you can eat here, love the variety so much to choose from, we like the games at the end of market plus the novelty stores at the beginning, i crack my cell phone screen protector and there was a stall who sold that and cover he installed it there no extra charge, Frank
The night market here is not to be missed - it’s smaller than some of the others but offers all of the same great street food. I’m not sure we’ll ever be able to eat the stinky tofu but everything else is a must-try!
It’s a relatively small market, most of it filled with food stalls selling local street food. Along the sides are some arcade shops with those “grab a doll” machines that are popular with the local populace.