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This popular market street by the MRT has a number of stalls and shops selling local snacks such as a-gei (阿給) and grilled squid, chicken and corn.
Tamsui's best a-gei (阿給, Ā gěi ) is in this old shop just before the beginning of Missionary Road.
Sashimi, Indian, bratwurst and doughnuts. What more could you ask for in the basement of an upmarket department store? Also home to one of the best Korean hot-pot places in town.
New on the food court scene, what this one lacks in size (there are only a dozen or so stalls, far fewer than at nearby Takashimaya) it makes up for in quality and excellent ice-cream crêpes.
Though most people are drawn to Asia's tallest building by its height, some folks never leave the basement. Expect sandwiches, sushi, pasta, prime rib and more...
Just north of Taipei Main Station, Q Mall (aka the new bus station) has a great selection of stalls serving everything from Chinese to Western to Indian food...
Two floors of food stalls to choose from, including hard-to-find items such as duck-meat sandwiches and fish-ball soup...
Disco lives, or at least glitter balls, mirrored walls and stained-glass ceilings do at this flashy but friendly place specialising in simple but well-prepared páigŭ fàn (pork with rice)...
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