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Taipei is an internationalized city with various immigrants, and all kinds of restaurants have sprung up to satisfy the diverse appetites of its different residents. Cuisine of all nations are available here, along with all of the regional foods of mainland China and snacks from the different parts of Taiwan--and, of course, vegetarian food too. For visitors, dining in Taipei is convenient and something to be eagerly expected, for the city can satisfy whatever palate the gourmand brings to the table.
The Raohe Street Night Market is located near the intersection of that street and Bade Road, and stretches for 600 meters. This was the first tourist night market in Taipei. There are numerous vendors here selling pork ribs simmered with medicinal herbs, a good choice of strengthening foods during winter. There is a bustling row of seafood restaurants on Fuyuan Street, about 200 meters from Raohe Street.
The Tonghua Street Night Market, running between Xinyi Road, Sec. 4 and Keelung Road, Sec. 2, also provides all kinds of delicious snacks including cuttlefish stew, red-yeast sausage, heavenly fragrance bean curd, bowl rice, and vermicelli in soup; all unique, all mouth-watering.
In addition to savoring the night-market delicacies, you can go to see an exhibition at the Taipei World Trade Center or the National Dr. Yat-sen Memorial Hall, or you can go shopping in the Xinyi commercial district. If you have a fondness for old jade, you can go to the Jianguo Weekend Jade Market where almost 850 vendors display their wares every weekend. This market, one of the largest jade markets in Asia, attracts large crowds of local residents and foreign visitors to browse or to buy.