Photoblog: Taiwan street food | 65CityGirl

Taiwan seriously has the most amazing and cheap street food I know. This post will consist entirely of majority pictures only with minimal captions – as my descriptions will probably not do the food justice! Get on a flight and go taste them for yourself! Noms

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Ah Zhong Mian Xian (Taiwan’s Most Famous Vermicelli Noodles)

 

Braised Pork Rice
Preserved Vegetables Lu Rou Fan at Nong Ping Village

 

Malt Candy
Cartoon Shaped Malt Candy – This is seriously a piece of art. Spot Doraemon, Spongebob, Hello Kitty etc.

 

Ice Cream
Sesame Peanut Candy Shavings with Ice Cream in Wrap – Awesome summer food

 

Fried Prawn Balls
Fried Prawn Balls filled with the freshest prawn paste and drizzled with takoyaki sauce!

 

Bubble Milk Tea
What is a trip to Taiwan without a drink from the most famous Bubble Milk Tea store?

 

Hot Pot
Random Hot Pot on the hills of Ali Li Shan

 

Royal Jelly
Royal Jelly Drink to keep the skin supple and Braised Egg in the cold weather is just perfect.

 

Custard Puffs
Multi-Flavored Custard Puffs with Chocolate, Cream etc fillings

 

Chicken/Duck Tongue
Chicken/Duck Tongue? Can’t remember much of it, but it was SPICY!

 

Buffet
Pick. Choose. Cook. Eat. DIY your own meal by the roadside

 

Tapioca Balls
Tapioca Balls – Hot and Piping from the wok (I love watching them inflate from the hot oil)

 

Meat Pancakes
Pancakes grilled to perfection with juicy meat filling

 

Braised Tea Eggs
More Braised Tea Eggs because they are my FAVOURITE – Near Sun Moon Lake

 

Braised Pork Rice
I LOVE THIS SHIT – otherwise known as braised pork rice – could eat it everyday if need be

 

Sausages
One Mouth Eat Sausages – Tiny sausages fried with garlic slices for extra flavouring!

 

Slushie
Strawberry/Yam Slushie for Dessert!

 

Tempura
‘Tian Bu La’ or Tempura as the Taiwanese call it! Fish cake in Batter haha.

Make sure you try as many of these amazing Taiwanese street food if you ever get the chance to visit!

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