Good place to find everything related to food. They have a big assortment which is spread out on various floors. Not like regular markets in Taiwan, but I would suggest going here if you want to buy food!
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Visit the authentic place for variety of local food. Many flavors of Peanut, dried pork meat, candy. So many different kind of dried veggie and fruits. If you looking for dried shrimps, scallops and other seafood, there are plenty to choose for, and the price...More
Nanmen market is famed for selling taiwanese snacks as well as other local produce to both locals and tourists. We were there on the last day of 2016 and bought a whole load of things including crispy beef slices, taiwanese peanuts (black pearl variety), locally...More
For those who enjoy visiting markets, this is a must! Lots to see and buy. Being Chinese myself, I am still amazed at the variety. Got things I cannot get in Hong Kong. Must visit again when I am next in Taiwan.
Nice & clean market where you can buy nuts and dried fruit (with free tasting). There are also stalls selling cooked food (1st floor). Tried the rice cake and it was good, denser than our local rice cakes (puto). Tried a very tasty beef noodle...More
Introduced by a friend to check out this market and got there by taking the Metro to Chiang Kai-Shek Station and got out taking exit 2. Many of the Taiwanese products are available at this market. Fruits, dried foodstuff, many varieties of Chinese sausages, canned...More
Amazing foods in all colors right before your eyes! From dried fruits, to preserved sausages, to different assortment of nuts and grains, this is just the place to be! I came in empty handed, but in less than an hour, my packages are close to...More
Nanmen Market is sort of a hybrid between a traditional Asian wet market and a modern supermarket. It sells everything you'd expect from a wet market, from fruits, meat, fish, vegetables, seafood, etc. to dried sundries, pre-cooked meals, local Taiwanese tidbits, etc., all within a...More
Nanmen Market is one of the oldest markets in Taipei where you find lots stuff there. There are three floors, basement to sell some fresh vegetable/ seafood/ meat; first floor is for ready to eat meal and other groceries, and the second floor are the...More