A Taiwanese “Little Eats” Food Adventure

Any Day Is A Good Day To Have Taiwan's Oyster Omelet

Today is a fabulous day to cruise the Island Of Taiwan until you find that perfect treat. There is no perfect time for Oyster Omelets. If you like Oysters, these will delight your taste buds.  In Taiwan you will find little stands with this delicacy in all the night markets and many street vendors have them as a specialty.  So pack your day pack and lets go find something to eat.

 Deep fried Squid on a stick is tasty and fun to eat in Taiwan  

If you are fond of deep fried squid, then this will set your taste buds alive. In Taiwan, most people seldom eat three meals a day, but rather graze through the day eating some of the best snacks on the markets.  These snacks are called "little eats." If you only eat a little at a time, there is room to try the next surprise on the next corner. What a delightful custom in this world of gourmet eats.

Taiwanese Natural Sugar Cane Juice So Tasty On A Hot Day

Not really hungry yet? How about a nice cold glass of Sugar Cane Juice? No added sugar, no additives, no preservatives, just juice straight from the Sugar Cane.  So healthy and so good! What are you waiting for? You will find small juice stalls all over the island as this is an island favorite. Don't wait till you are hot and thirsty, have a glass of pure Sugar Cane Juice today. It's delicious!

Buddha's Hand Citron With A Fresh Cup Of Hot Tea  

All over the highlands, deep in the country, where the mountain air makes the best Taiwanese Tea are hidden tea houses waiting to serve you delicious tea and a little fruit. Meet the Buddha's Hand Citron, so fragrant, so sweet. What a marvelous aroma and so delicious.  Why not try something so different, something outside the box of what you know, and enjoy a delicious fruit with your fresh hot tea.  Anytime, is tea time in Taiwan.

Cooking Up Fresh Aboriginal Treats In A Hakka Village In Hsinchu County Taiwan

Now that your  appetite is starting to come back, while not take a cruise through a Hakka Village? The food is fresh and delicious. You may not know for sure what it is, but just think food adventure and dive in. A delicious Aboriginal treat is waiting. Surprise is in the air for those who are willing to try the gourmet delicacies of the Hakka.

Taiwanese Fast Food Treats Are Waiting At The Train Station

On the run and no time to eat? No problem, just catch one of the "little eats" as you go by. The train station has small fast food eateries for those who need a fast bite. Even the fast food is delicious in Taiwan. So much of the small eats the Island is known for can be adapted to a small cafes for those on the go. Even in the train station you will find good , delicious food.

 Aroma of smoky Grilled Cuttlefish On The Grill 

The Tantalizing Smells of Cuttlefish on the grill will draw you into the market. It smells like heaven, the aroma is so magnificent. you just have to have it!

Candied Tomatoes And Candied Plums

Want something really good, but hungry for a desert? Why not try out the candied plums and tomatoes. Caramelized from the grill, they are one delicious treat.  Just the perfect treat when you need a pick-me-up after a cruise through the night market. Fun and adventure, often means that you need just a little something, but not too much.

 "Mullet Fish Roe" Anyone? A Delicacy In Taiwan!

We have been all over town, checking out the most exciting things to do. Now we need a little bit more to eat. How about a native dish called "Mullet Fish Roe?" This "little eat" is for those who want a little bit more. So finish the day with a real Taiwan delicacy. Fresh from the sea, and only for those who want to complete a day of food adventure, with a Taiwanese specialty.

 

A Taiwanese "Little Eats" Food Adventure

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Any Day Is A Good Day To Have Taiwan's Oyster Omelet

Today is a fabulous day to cruise the Island Of Taiwan until you find that perfect treat. There is no perfect time for Oyster Omelets. If you like Oysters, these will delight your taste buds.  In Taiwan you will find little stands with this delicacy in all the night markets and many street vendors have them as a specialty.  So pack your day pack and lets go find something to eat.

Deep fried Squid on a stick is tasty and fun to eat in Taiwan  

If you are fond of deep fried squid, then this will set your taste buds alive. In Taiwan, most people seldom eat three meals a day, but rather graze through the day eating some of the best snacks on the markets.  These snacks are called "little eats." If you only eat a little at a time, there is room to try the next surprise on the next corner. What a delightful custom in this world of gourmet eats.

Taiwanese Natural Sugar Cane Juice So Tasty On A Hot Day

Not really hungry yet? How about a nice cold glass of Sugar Cane Juice? No added sugar, no additives, no preservatives, just juice straight from the Sugar Cane.  So healthy and so good! What are you waiting for? You will find small juice stalls all over the island as this is an island favorite. Don't wait till you are hot and thirsty, have a glass of pure Sugar Cane Juice today. It's delicious!

Buddha's Hand Citron With A Fresh Cup Of Hot Tea  

All over the highlands, deep in the country, where the mountain air makes the best Taiwanese Tea are hidden tea houses waiting to serve you delicious tea and a little fruit. Meet the Buddha's Hand Citron, so fragrant, so sweet. What a marvelous aroma and so delicious.  Why not try something so different, something outside the box of what you know, and enjoy a delicious fruit with your fresh hot tea.  Anytime, is tea time in Taiwan.

Cooking Up Fresh Aboriginal Treats In A Hakka Village In Hsinchu County Taiwan

Now that your  appetite is starting to come back, while not take a cruise through a Hakka Village? The food is fresh and delicious. You may not know for sure what it is, but just think food adventure and dive in. A delicious Aboriginal treat is waiting. Surprise is in the air for those who are willing to try the gourmet delicacies of the Hakka.

Taiwanese Fast Food Treats Are Waiting At The Train Station

On the run and no time to eat? No problem, just catch one of the "little eats" as you go by. The train station has small fast food eateries for those who need a fast bite. Even the fast food is delicious in Taiwan. So much of the small eats the Island is known for can be adapted to a small cafes for those on the go. Even in the train station you will find good , delicious food.

 Aroma of smoky Grilled Cuttlefish On The Grill 

The Tantalizing Smells of Cuttlefish on the grill will draw you into the market. It smells like heaven, the aroma is so magnificent. you just have to have it!

Candied Tomatoes And Candied Plums

Want something really good, but hungry for a desert? Why not try out the candied plums and tomatoes. Caramelized from the grill, they are one delicious treat.  Just the perfect treat when you need a pick-me-up after a cruise through the night market. Fun and adventure, often means that you need just a little something, but not too much.

"Mullet Fish Roe" Anyone? A Delicacy In Taiwan!

We have been all over town, checking out the most exciting things to do. Now we need a little bit more to eat. How about a native dish called "Mullet Fish Roe?" This "little eat" is for those who want a little bit more. So finish the day with a real Taiwan delicacy. Fresh from the sea, and only for those who want to complete a day of food adventure, with a Taiwanese specialty.

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