Taiwan; Hsinchu Night Market (3)

Hi.. I am still in Hsinchu Night Market (not literally though) . My 3rd and final posting on my walkabout in the Hsinchu night market.

Guess the night market never fails to catch my attention time each time I visit Taiwan. Yup.. I am always scouting around for food to try and the happening environment. It is always different. =)

Ok. … let’s get back to the walk.

This food vendor is selling skewed food. Looks like hell of a long skewed stick.

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Stinky tofu but this is the wet version that comes with the soup. This is the type that I could not stomach. Next to that, is the fried oyster with flour and egg. It’s different from Malaysia’s fried oyster with egg. In Malaysia, there’s more egg and less flour. Guess you have to try it both yourself to see which you like most. (sorry… but my preference is the Malaysia’s fried oyster with egg. =P )

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Just look at the crowd!! Most of the tables were taken up but people come and go.

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Wow… what a cool concept to promote your food.

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and not forgetting for the children. There’s always kiddy rides for the young ones.

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Guess what’s this? Anyone?

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Again… look at the crowd. Guess you have to keep your eyes wide open to look for an available table to sit and enjoy your meal.

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More grilled food choices.

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Something light? Well, you can always have bread, pasty or cakes to choose from.

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Like what you read and see? Well… how about another night market in Taiwan? If yes, then follow me on my next posting. Wanna guess which one? =)

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17 thoughts on “Taiwan; Hsinchu Night Market (3)

  1. Pingback: What’s up in Taiwan today 2014-09-16 | Shohk.com

    • haha.. well some of the stinky tofu isnt that bad. I like the ones in Hsinchu but I cannot take or stand the smell and taste of the Kaohsiong ones. I tried twice of the ones in Kaohsiong and both times… it just went out of my mouth instantaneously. LOL!!

  2. Fried oyster and egg, Malaysian style. You know what? A lot of Malaysian food have egg. Like char kway teow, fried carrot cake, fried rice, bee hoon… Malaysians love egg with almost everything!

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