Street Food, Drinks & Desserts

Desserts:

Almond Tofu Dessert (with jelly/azuki beans)

Red Bean Cake

Shaved Ice

Tofu Dessert 豆花

Taro Balls 芋圓

Taro & Coconut Tapioca Dessert (芋頭西米露)

Street Food

Gelatinous Dumpling (Bawan) & Pig’s Blood Cake

Seafood Street Food (squid, oyster noodles, fish balls)

Spicy Stinky Tofu & Duck Blood 

Drinks:

Bitter Tea

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