Huashan Market
Huashan Market
3.5

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MizuhoK
Hino, Japan3,266 contributions
Feb 2023 • Couples
For most of people who visit this market is to eat the good soy milk which is on the 2nd floor. The queue for the shop surrounds the building.
There are some other food shops on the 2nd floor. The center is eating area. As the soy milk shop is very crowded, try to find your seat before eating.
There’s a barbershop, too.
There’re some food shops on the 1st floor,tboo. We saw a small queue at Taiwanese side dish shop. Pick a dish and eat or take it home. Sushi counter was also crowded. There’re shops for local item, too.
Good place to see and experience Taiwan.
Written March 9, 2023
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia14,022 contributions
Aug 2022
The Hua Shan market is best known for its breakfasts. The bread with fried egg is tasty, it's a traditional Chinese breakfast. The soy milk is famous, it matches the breakfast marvelously. Get here early if you want to avoid the queue.
Written October 11, 2022
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JJnEE
Singapore252 contributions
Jun 2012 • Couples
We purposely visit this building because there is a stall named "Fu-Hang Dou Jiang 阜杭豆漿" located at level 2.

Famous of the home-made soybean drink and you tiao
Written June 14, 2012
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David T
Singapore, Singapore5,629 contributions
Jul 2016 • Couples
~Sheraton Grand Taipei is prolly the nearest 5 star hotel nearby Hua Shan Market which is down 2 blocks on the left from the main lobby exit

~so WOW at 6am, the queue was already snaking out of the market onto the street and all the way to the main road

~hotel staff said that once it opens at 6.30am the line gets to the first of the shop in about 20mins

~the Fu-Hang Dou Jiang stall on the 2nd floor of the market is where you can get your breakfast of Soy Milk with dough fritters, judging from the queue of locals on a Sunday morning who woke up earlier than us, there's just no alternative

so being the Singalternatives who never join a long queue even for good stuff um... we took a detour which I don't regret but I do wish I started at 5am... you see it's not the waiting that gets me, it's the waiting in line... so long as I'm in front it doesn't matter as much ROFL yes !
Written April 1, 2017
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tsai2009
Orange County, CA501 contributions
Nov 2015
This place is a smaller version of Songshan Market. small booths for local artists whom developed their own design of items. although not really one of the kind, but definitely not mass production. If you like innovation, and getting ideas of new designs and so forth, this is the place to explore.
Written January 5, 2016
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Bryan L
37 contributions
We headed directly to Huashan market for Taiwanese traditional breakfast of shaio ping/ you tiao with soy milk after a 14 hours flight from the states. This is my 2nd time eating there, but this time the line stretched all the way to the main entrance; about a 20 min wait to get to the 2nd floor where the food court is. I recommend that you'll have decided what you want to eat before you get to the order 'window' because the staffs behind the counter are so busy that they don't really wait for you to stand there and decide; it's like 'you do want!? next...' -very unfriendly. My wife ordered the green onion shaio ping/ you tiao with soy milk and for me she ordered the regular shaio ping/you tiao with sweetened rice milk. Both are veganly deliciously good and as fresh as you can get. Also recommend finding a window table where you can eat while enjoying the view of the city.
Written May 7, 2015
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brownsugar33
Singapore, Singapore378 contributions
Jun 2014 • Couples
This place is like 5mins away from our hotel and we wanted to try the "famous" Fuhang soy milk and check out what the fuss was about. There are stalls selling fresh meat, un-stylish clothes, some knick knacks, crystals, ornaments on the first floor; while the mini foodcourt on the second floor. the only good thing is it is airconditioned! And you can really feel the cool air unlike other places (we realised many places in Taipei is warm even with aircon turned on). We headed upstairs to join the fast moving queue for soy milk and we also bought some Kimen Nori (seaweed) from a crystal/stone shop downstairs. If this market doesn't meet your needs, just hop by the supermarket nearby (bring your own bag though).
Written June 25, 2014
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adrianx87
Johor Bahru, Malaysia75 contributions
Jun 2014 • Family
Long Q, but nice breakfast. Can watch the process how they make the bun.

Recommended: Jiao Tang Shao Bing, a sweet bun, Good soy drinks compared to Yong He.
Written June 14, 2014
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Winnie S
Carlsbad, CA110 contributions
Dec 2013 • Family
The market itself is very small and does not offer enough of a variety of goods for sale especially compared to Hong Kong and the line for the soymilk breakfast place is too long. I'd not recommend this place.
Written December 31, 2013
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cattloverss
Minneapolis, MN167 contributions
Apr 2018 • Family
I always come here for breakfast, very traditional Chinese breakfast with soy milk and breads with eggs, it’s very delicious,
Early in the morning, lots of people came for breakfast.
Written May 5, 2018
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