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[Taipei] Raohe Street Night Market

raohe sign
Raohe Street Night Market

Raohe Street Night Market (饒河街觀光夜市) is a famous night market about 15 minutes walk from the popular Wufenpu 五分埔 commercial district, where you can find trendy and affordable fashion wear.

Getting to Raohe Street Night Market
Take exit 1 at Houshanpi MRT. Follow Yongji road (永吉路) and cross the road to Formosa Chang. Cross Zhongpo North Road (中坡東路) to reach Wufenpu. From Wufenpu, cut through the shops diagonally until you reach the intersection of Songshan Road (松山路) and Songlong Road (松隆路). Walk towards the Songshan railway station (松山火車站) and you’ll see the night market after crossing Ba-de Road Section 4 (八德路四段). See walking directions on Google Maps which takes you through the Wufenpu clothing shops.

raohe pepper buns
Highly recommended! At the entrance of the night market, you will notice the queue for the famous pepper buns (胡椒饼), NT$45. This is the flagship stall and the buns are baked in a brick oven. Don’t miss our detailed review of the delicious Raohe pepper buns.

raohe pepper buns
Fuzhou Ancestor Black Pepper Buns 福州世祖胡椒饼
Address: 249 Raohe Street, Taipei (within Raohe Street Night Market, near entrance with Chinese temple)
地址: 台北市饒河街249號前
Opening Hours: Daily 15:00 to 24:00

raohe muah chee
We tried muah chee at a make-shift stall. They were expertly made.

raohe muah chee box
We ordered a box of different flavours. They tasted the same as those found in Singapore but they were rather cold.

raohe ribs
There were several stalls selling ribs in herbal soup (藥燉排骨), NT$70.

raohe ribs stall noisy
We sat down at one of the stalls which, although not touting, were promoting their stall loudly. We did not really enjoy the meal as we found it a little too loud for our comfort and there wasn’t much flavour in the soup.

raohe ribs stall quiet
As we walked further into the night market, we saw another stall with a much more peaceful ambience, keeping in mind to give this stall a try next time.

raohe mee sua
Highly recommended! This oyster mee sua (蚵仔麵線) stall was hidden in a shophouse. On first look, they had a row of seats outside the shop which looked empty. It was only stepping into the shophouse did we realized it was full of customers. According to a sign inside, this is the one and only outlet. The mee sua (NT$55) had a good springy texture and they were generous with the fresh-tasting oysters. Delicious! If you like mee sua, check out the famous Ay-Chung mee sua in Ximending.

raohe mee sua stall

Dong Fa Yin Shi Dian Oyster Mee Sua 東發飲食店蚵仔麵線
Address: 94 Raohe Street, Song Shan District, Taipei City
地址: 台北市松山區饒河街94號(土地公廟旁)
Tel 電話: (02)2769-5739,2767-8319
Opening hours: 業時間:08:30AM ~ 24:00PM (假日延後) Closed on Public Holidays

raohe fruit juice
We stopped by this fruit juice stall just before leaving the market and ordered a refreshing cup of bittergourd with honey 蜂蜜苦瓜汁 (NT$60). It was all blended from fresh ingredients.

raohe accessories
Besides food, you can find plenty of shops such as this selling fashion accessories.

raohe sanrio
If you like Hello Kitty and Rilakkuma, this shop had a lot of authentic Sanrio items for sale.

raohe chicken
Jiguang Fried Chicken stall with an outlet in Ximending also has a branch here.

raohe fried milk
We didn’t get to try this stall but it seemed quite popular. Apparently, the stall was selling Fried Milk (炸鮮奶).

raohe teppanyaki
You can also find Teppanyaki here. We did not get a chance to try it.

raohe balls
Japanese fried balls.

raohe soya curd
Soya curd (豆花), something we would like to try the next round.

raohe tako
The famous Tako balls from Fengjia Night Market in Taichung also has an outlet here.

raohe street

Directions / How to get there:
Take exit 1 at Houshanpi MRT. Follow Yongji road (永吉路) and cross the road to Formosa Chang. Cross Zhongpo North Road (中坡東路) to reach Wufenpu. From Wufenpu, cut through the shops diagonally until you reach the intersection of Songshan Road (松山路) and Songlong Road (松隆路). Walk towards the Songshan railway station (松山火車站) and you’ll see the night market after crossing Ba-de Road Section 4 (八德路四段). See walking directions on Google Maps which takes you through the Wufenpu clothing shops.

Don’t miss: Pepper buns, Herbal Ribs Soup, Oyster Mee Sua

   

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