新竹科園分校 - 潘芝羽

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It is common to see many food stands clumped together in a tiny area of space in Taiwan but there is something exquisite about Hsinchu's Cheng Huang Miao. Located beside the intersection of three or four roads in downtown, Cheng Huang Miao is constantly bombarded by hungry customers with pockets full of change. With prices ranging from around thirty to forty NT dollars, each plate of food is not only affordable but extremely delicious. Two of the main ingredients used in many dishes is pepper and chili; this gives the food a spicy tang which excites your taste buds and makes your heart beat faster.

 

 
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 There is much competition in Cheng Huang Miao because some of the stands sell the same dishes. Consequently, customers are allowed to choose which stores to eat at for certain dishes. There is no time limit to how long you can ‘shop around' for food, only a competition for seats to sit on. With the cheap prices and multitude of choices, you can spend one 100 NT bill and be filled with Hsinchu's best specialties such as Tsao Rice Noodles, Chinese Meatball Soup and Oyster Omelet. If you are a frequent visitor or a Hsinchu local, you can still find new things to try such as Lemon-flavored Sugar Cane juice, the traditional but delicious vegetable roll, Ah-Chong ice and even pink fish balls! There is more to the crowded food stands of Cheng Huang Miao than meets the eye; take a step inside the narrow walkway and experience the delicacies of Hsinchu, the windy city.

 
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