Unlike the other night markets, this place was a bit difficult to find, since there was no clear entrance to it, and it wasn't as crowded as the other markets were. The shops here remind me of Arab Street, with a mixture of regular shops and air-conditioned boutiques.
What caught my attention was this bakery I Jy Sheng, located some distance away from the main bustle.
The delightful window display spelled out the word 'supper', and we ended up bringing a couple of these buns back to our hotel for a late night snack.
My favourite would be this chives bun, one of their more popular offerings.
There was less of a crowd here than at the other night markets we went to. The best night markets would still have to be Shilin Night Market and Raohe Night Market.
Taipei Day 3: Taipei 101, Eslite, Shinkong Mitsukoshi
Taipei Day 4: Jiufen
Taipei Day 4: Shifen
TAIWAN HOLIDAY LINKS
Getting from the Airport to the Town Centre
A review of the reasonably priced City Inn Hotel
Great Yakiniku Dinner Wine and Dine
Best Fruit Smoothie at Agnes B Cafe
Dining Cute @ Hello Kitty Cafe
Best Breakfast @ New York Bagels
Best Spaghetti and Fruits Tea @ Afternoon Tea Cafe
Ice Cream Toast @ Dazzling Cafe, opened by a socialite
Best Mala Hotpot Supper @ Ximending
Shida Night Market
Shilin Night Market
Raohe Night Market
Jianguo Flower and Jade Market
Shopping Malls & Bookstores
Eslite, Shinkong Mitsukoshi
Main Attractions - Places that you can't miss
Danshuei Old Street: Eat while you walk
Jiufen: Traditional Alley
Shifen: Lighting A Wish Lantern
Beitou Hot Springs: Soak your troubles away
Yehliu Geopark: Amazing Rock Formations by the Sea