If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you’ll have seen that I recently took a visa run to Taipei. I’m sure it’s no surprise that one of the reasons I picked Taipei is because I missed the food too much! I spent a glorious week stuffing my face with all my favorite foods, returning to my favorite vendors again and again.
It wasn’t until after my trip that I realized that I didn’t exactly make the best use of my time there. You see, I had long planned to write a Part 2 to my Taipei food guide (which is one of the top viewed posts on this blog), because there is soooooo much more to share. But I lacked pictures. And it completely slipped my mind to take the pictures I needed while in Taipei in order to complete the guide (because I was too busy stuffing my face).
But nevertheless, I have enough to create a mini sequel. Again, it focuses mostly on cheap street style food (i.e. not restaurants dishes) you can find in night markets or local eateries. In this part, you’ll find more strange or possibly even gross-sounding foods, but still all quintessentially Taiwanese.