Those in the know no longer head for Shilin Night Market, which recently underwent a modernization that many think leaves it for the worse. Food savvy locals now head for Raohe Night Market, bursting with stalls selling all the delicious Taiwanese street food imaginable. The straight, seemingly endless street makes navigation relatively easy. Some favorites include crispy pepper-pork buns, grilled oyster mushrooms, fried stinky tofu, and herbal bone broth. Wash all of it down with a cup of fresh watermelon juice, which, like many other night-market treats, costs less than one U.S. dollar.