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Qing-Feng Fried Calamari Broth
Location: Shihda Rd
Phone number: 02-23659875
Anchor dish: Fried Calamari Broth - 50nt
History: 25 years
~Closed on the fourth Tuesday of every month~
Qing-feng is currently managed by the second-generation owner. Its Calamari Fried Noodles are made from fresh calamari imported from the Keelung Port every day. 10 ingredients are used to make the broth. After the calamari is stir-fried, cabbage and onions are added. The resulting broth is not too oily, with a more complex taste. Its sweet and sour flavor has been vastly popular among customers. Also, the owner mentioned that their barbecue sauce is made exclusively, different from any others.
Pei-Kang Tofu Pudding
Location: Shihda Rd., Lane 39
Anchor dish: Tofu Pudding - 25nt
History: 20 years
I believe that no students from NTNU (National Taiwan Normal University) have not try Mrs. Tsai's tofu pudding and fine thin noodles. Mrs. Tsai had humbly said that she was not fit for an interview and didn't know how to present. However, the students eating at the stall were quick to help her promote. Mrs. Tsai's tofu pudding is very tender and the adzuki beans and job's tears seeds served with the pudding are very fresh. She uses real sugar to make her syrup. The syrup served along with the pudding produces a refreshing taste.
2008-10-02 16:41:04 補充：
Corner Fruit Booth
Location: Intersection of Lane 39 of Shihda Rd. and Taishun St.
Anchor dish: Half TW kg of green mango - 100nt
History: 30 years
2008-10-02 16:41:18 補充：
If you would just take a look at the fruit booth packed with sugar-preserved guavas, plums, green mangoes, peaches, and etc., you would immediately guess the reason why this fruit booth can last 30 years at the Shihda Night Market.
2008-10-02 16:41:26 補充：
The boss lady said that her mother (the founder) hand-preserved the fruits herself. There's an unspeakable charm for the sweet and sour crispy fruits.
2008-10-02 16:41:43 補充：
Location: Taishun St.
Anchor dish: Cantonese porridge - 50nt
History: 10+ years
2008-10-02 16:42:22 補充：
Hanging on the wall of the Cantonese Porridge Booth are the Chinese words "achieving immortality with eating porridge." The owner told us that the words were written and given to him by an old customer that has become his friend after frequent visits to the booth.
2008-10-02 16:42:41 補充：
You can get an idea of how delicious the cantonese porridge by the customer's description of being as merry as an immortal can be after eating the porridge.
2008-10-02 16:42:50 補充：
The owner's wife also told us that their porridge are cooked until you cannot see the separate grains of rice, creating a thick and dense taste. Broth and cabbage are then added into the porridge to give it a natural sweetness.Source(s): 自己