We are back here again at this compact and easy-to-get-to night market 🙂 This time, we managed to try out a few new stalls!
- 月氏激蛋蔥油餅 Yue Shi Scallion Pancake: One of hubby’s favourite street food, he enjoyed this fragrant and eggy version (NT40) from this stall.
- 劉芋仔香酥芋丸 Liu Yu Zi Fried Taro Balls (Stall 91): The queue was long 😮 But thankfully, the queue moved pretty fast. We decided to try both the 香酥芋丸 Deep Fried Taro Balls (NT20), and 蛋黃芋餅 Deep Fried Taro Balls with Salted Egg Yolk (NT20). We definitely preferred the version with salted egg yolk, and there was also pork floss in it, making this snack sweet and savoury. Best taken hot, else it might get too jelak.
- 原味珍鹽水雞 Zhen’s Boiled Salted Chicken (Stall 100): We needed something salty to balance out the sweetness of the taro balls, so we headed for a stall where we could get a variety of vegetables to go along with the shredded chicken. Our mixed bag of NT120 worth of vegetables and chicken was refreshing.
- 刈包 Taiwan Hamburger (Stall 56): Because hubby was craving for this, we went for the 刈包 (NT45) too. There was a good mix of fatty and lean meat, and the pickled vegetables complemented the meat well. Best eaten hot!
- 苦瓜汁 Bitter Gourd Juice (Stall 41): Finally, to end off on a healthier note, we opted for a refreshing 苦瓜汁 Bitter Gourd Juice (NT70). I’m a fan of the white bitter gourd, which I don’t seem to see it at our local fruit juice stall.
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