By TTNews Reporter Shao Yu-Min
Taichung City, Taiwan –
Fengchia Night Market is known as gourmet paradise, bringing together a wide variety of Taiwanese snacks and exotic delicacies. Whether you would like to try Taiwanese, Japanese, Korean, American or Italian cuisine, Fengchia Night Market has already prepared whatever you can possibly think of! Now, does your stomach have enough space for all sorts of delicacies?
With thousands of stores and vendors, you probably wonder where to begin your gourmet itinerary? There are some “must-try food” recognized by netizens, including small sausage wrapped in large glutinous sausage, takoyaki, four-in-one, cheese potato, candied fruit, rice noodle roll, hot dog, lazybone’s shrimp, black pepper cake, tea egg, stinky tofu, grilled chicken steak, papaya milk, yam fried with plum powder, oden, fried noodle in bun, spicy duck blood, etc. Besides, these stores have a common feature, which is “line-up”. You will find out that eating gourmet is required to take some time and patience.
Apart from some certain ultra-popular staples, “gastronome-class snacks” include raw-fried bun, barbecue roll, boneless chicken feet, fried chicken steak with pickled vegetable sauce, Xinjiang grilled skewers, traditional flavoured ice black tea, roasted duck in steamed bun, miner’s hand roll, Dongshan duck head, moon-shaped shrimp cake, etc.
In addition, there are few “traditional flavoured snacks” such as agar jelly, oyster omelette, egg sponge cake, frogs lay eggs, charbroiled Taiwanese sausage, etc. Although not only Fengchia Night Market would sell these traditional snacks, they have become part of people’s irreplaceable memory.
There is so much to eat, but you have one tiny stomach. If you want to try them all, why not invite your friends over to conquer them all together!
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Fengchia Night Market: 逢甲夜市