The Fung Bros. and Richie Le took a trip to Taiwan and went to night markets to try delicious food. This is what they found.
馮氏兄弟和 Richie Le 踏上一場台灣之旅，他們到夜市體驗美食。以下是他們的發現。
Ten best night market foods in Taiwan!
We're at the Liuhe Night Market in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
And one of the most unique twists that we've seen on a traditional item is grilled xiao long bao!
So, they took the xiao long bao, but then the shen jian bao cooking method, and applied it to the xiao long bao.
That's what it is!
And the hottest items at night market, and I mean literally the hottest item—it's actually burning my hand right now—is ji pais!
Before you bite that, I just want to say if you love KFC...
I like it.
...I don't know if you're gonna like it that much after that!
One of the very best things that is at every single Taiwanese night market is exotic Asian fruits.
It's so good.
We're at Jiufen Old Street, and one of the best things to eat in Taiwan at the night market is ren bing! So, you can see in the ren bing, you have a tortilla-type wrap, you have the crushed-peanut-candy thing going on, two scoops of ice cream, and then we have the cilantro. And I feel like the cilantro actually is a pretty important part.
I bet you guys have never had non-stinky stinky tofu. It's fermented with vegetables instead of beef and fish.
All the taste...without the smell!
Earlier we showed you the dessert ren bing; this is the savory ren bing.
Moo shu, Lee! I need moo shu!
Yo, it kinda tastes like a moo shu pork burrito.
We know that you guys always order popcorn chicken at the boba spot, so we had to go to Taiwan to go get the real thing.
This is how you walk through the crowd with a kebab.
Little sausage wrapped in big sausage.
Because the rice is actually the big sausage.
I thought it was gonna be a meat-on-meat crime.
My favorite Asian hamburger: the gua bao!
A lot of people in America have tried to copy the pork belly bun, but it's just not the same as the real thing. It's so good!
Vibrating takoyaki. We got two different types of vibrating takoyaki: your traditional octopus and red bean with chocolate. So, does vibrating takoyaki taste any different?
All right, you guys, that was it for our favorite things to eat at Taiwanese night markets. I know we did not get to cover everything we wanted to cover.
But we were fortunate enough to try that much.
Let us know in the comments below what we left out, and also what are your favorite night market foods.