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Liaoning Street Night Market

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Neighbourhood: Neihu District
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Address: Liaoning Street, Songshan District | Taipei City, Zhongshan District, Liaoning St, Taipei, Taiwan
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50-50 clothes and food stalls

I really like this night market because it was a good mix of clothes and food. It was a long stretch and the streets are more alive. The whole area is nice and quaint. It opens... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2015
Boracay, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very small night market with only few options to get food. However, in our opinion, the food was mediocre. But the fruit shop has a good choice and good quality. We recommend visiting a bigger night market, e.g. Shilin Night Market.

Thank Sophilosophie H
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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Reviewed 11 March 2017 via mobile

It was disappointing to note that Liaoning Street Night Market is more of a good street than a night market. There were numerous stalls and restaurants by the roadside. It's not similar to the more popular night market such as Shilin, Raohe, or NingXia.

Thank DannyNg
Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 9 November 2016 via mobile

Calling it a tourist attraction that you want to take a taxi or the subway to go and visit would be too much, but if living nearby anyway and wants to either eat or watch local Vietnamese food, it is clearly worth a visit. Atmosphere is relaxed yet quite busy. Expect food and almost nothing else, correct name would be... More 

Thank DivingSEA
Varna, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 5 June 2016

The food is good but the place is small and is hardly a Night Market. It's OK to visit it if you are near, but otherwise, I would't bother.

Thank IZhelev
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 7 January 2016 via mobile

If your in the area close by its worth a look. I wouldn't go especially to this night market as it is rather small. Not a great deal of variety for food and general layout of the market could be a little better (more room to walk).

Thank LCJ330
Boracay, Philippines
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Reviewed 8 November 2015

I really like this night market because it was a good mix of clothes and food. It was a long stretch and the streets are more alive. The whole area is nice and quaint. It opens up to a lot of alleys and bigger streets that are equally nice and hip.

Thank isabelilim
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 5 November 2015 via mobile

Not a traditional night market as such with no temporary food stalls in the centre of the street. It's really a permanent restaurant area in Liaoning St on both sides of the street and it's not closed off. Not very busy the weeknight I was there even though it was raining. A great selection of restaurants that specialise in seafood.... More 

1 Thank Konrad M
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 21 October 2015

As Night Markets in Taipei go I really do not understand why it is called a Market. It is a collection of food stalls and nothing else. For a place to eat it is very good but if you are looking to purchase any other goods such as souvenirs etc this is not the place to be. The food is... More 

1 Thank weeman55
West Chester, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 14 October 2015

Was usually disappointed with the Taipei Night Market Food. But this Laioning is exactly what I was lookeing for and the foos is exactly like I remembered from my childhood days. It was a wonderful experience. Although this Night Market is small (only 2 city blocks) the food is delicious.

Thank Miller C
Penang Island, Malaysia
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Reviewed 24 June 2015

This night market is a very much smaller version of Raohe,Shilin and Ningxia. Located abt 10 mins walk from Nanjing Fuxing mrt stn. Walk towards Liaoning St.from the stn. Food stalls lined up on both sides of the street of abt 100m unlike the ones you find at other night markets. There is this one fresh fruit shop, not the... More 

1 Thank LeeTJ61

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