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Saturday, 30 November 2013

Scrumptious Food at Ningxia Night Market

Our initial plan was to visit the Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) as it was featured all over the lifestyle TV programmes from Taiwan. When we told the taxi driver to take us there, he sequenced and told us all the cons of visiting that place. As the locals know it best, we asked for his recommendation. That's why we ended up at the Ningxia Night Market (寧夏觀光夜市). This night market is quite small but full of people. Surprisingly the crowd didn't make the place feel congested as everybody was very polite and willing to give way.

We walked one round and the first thing that caught my eyes was these spring onion rolls. The filling can be of stir-fried beef slices or kimchi. They were all very nice but we liked the kimchi version best.



This stall has won many prizes over the years, all these certificate and plagues are seals of quality food.


The next thing that we tried was the 'small sausage wrapped in a big sausage.' The 'small sausage' was made of mince pork and the 'big sausage' was made of glutinous rice. The combination was good.


We also tried the 'big sausage' alone but it was not as good as the combination of 'big' and 'small' sausages.


The pork liver in sesame oil that my father bought from another stall was also very good. The pork liver slices were very tender and became powdery when chewed.


The plate of mixed vegetables with the chicken internal organs and feet was my father's choice. I am never a person for the internal organs, with pork liver an exception.


To cap it off, we bought some mochi in crushed peanut and sugar, which turned out to be a very nice dessert.


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