TAIWAN STREET FOOD + Q&A w/ Chopstick Travel – MANGO ICE in Taipei (BEST Taiwanese Street Food)

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Today we answer all your questions and eat some AMAZING Taiwanese street food! Thank you all for the questions and for helping us reach 100k subscribers! We are so happy to be able to make food content for all your food lovers out there! Thank you again.

In this episode we take you on a street food tour of Taipei city, sampling some local Taiwanese street food such as congee! We also go to try some popular Taiwanese desserts like bubble milk tea and mango shaved ice!

Hey there, my name’s Luke Martin with www.chopsticktravel.com ! I’m on a journey to document the BEST Street Food around the world! The Chopstick Travelers are based in Taiwan, where we frequent the best Street Food stands everywhere from Taipei to Kaohsiung. Not only do we feast on amazing street food in Taiwan, but our food focused travels take us on Street Food missions trying unique foods around the world! We’ve eaten Street Food in Japan, Street Food in Malaysia, Street Food in Korea, Street Food in India and many more!

I post 2 times a week mostly food, some travel. Street Food tours around the world and the most unique dishes we can find in all kinds of hole-in-the-wall restaurants. Stay updated for my latest video VIA our Facebook page and Instagram!

Always remember that the best part of travel is immersing yourselves in the local culture, and no where better can you immerse yourself than into the Street Food!

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49 Replies to “TAIWAN STREET FOOD + Q&A w/ Chopstick Travel – MANGO ICE in Taipei (BEST Taiwanese Street Food)”

  1. Eva Guo

    Hi Luke and Sabrina, when I get food poisoning, I take liquid grapefruit seed extract in water and sometimes also activated charcoal. If you talk to a naturopath or a herbalist or Chinese medicine doctor, perhaps he or she can tell you about grapefruit seed extract. Be careful out there! And thanks for the fun videos! One of the reasons I love your videos is you both seem really nice and I like both of your voices very much – guess you were both blessed with good voice genes. You must also be skilled editors too.

  2. Min Ming

    I’m student in Chayi. I saw your east-market food video.I went there to eat the rice cake and beef soup that morning. It’s very delicious! And then….I subscribe your channel 😂😂😂

  3. Emmanuel Agudo

    omg that congee, and that crispy fried pork.. plus that mango in ice thingy, I love your street food channel man, exciting food that gets you craving and I have terrible diet at the moment, all the best!

  4. joshspeed

    Love your channel so much! Is it feasible for a Canadian technical writer who speaks French/English to live anywhere in the Far East? If so do you think I could optimize those things in one city more than another?

  5. dcccs

    Recently discovered your channel and the videos I've seen so far are really interesting and insightful. Got a lot to catch up on. Hope you're still accepting questions because I got a few:

    1. For how long can you stay in Taiwan per your visa restrictions? I know for stays less than 90 days, you don't need a visa if you're from certain countries like the U.S. But looks like you are staying longer than that. Do you need to leave Taiwan every so often for your visa requirements?
    2. How do you communicate with locals? Are you able to speak Chinese Mandarin? If not, I'm curious how you're able to get around and just generally live there without being able to speak or read the language. If so, you need to speak some in your videos so we can see how well you do it.
    3. In some of your videos, I've seen that you've been able to film behind the scenes how food is being prepared and cooked. How are you able to convince the owners or restaurants to allow you to film this? Did you ask them in Chinese or English? I imagine some places must have turned you down, but seems a lot don't mind maybe because they think you're giving them free publicity?

  6. babosing

    Looking forward to your indonesia adventure, try to go off beaten path, not just the same places like Bali again. Try visit eastern part like Manado in North Sulawesi island. Their culture is more christian based with dutch influences. Their food is also one of best in Indonesia, they have great pork and seafood dishes. They also have national marine park with beautiful coral reef called Bunaken, since you are into diving and marine stuff. Then you can easily go to Raja Ampat in Papua, very pristine and beautiful beaches with small islands. Those 2 places have less western tourists, but I guarantee they are very beautiful

  7. matthew winoto

    You should def try some of the iconic Indonesian food when you get there such as beef rendang, nasi goreng, mie goreng, pempek, opor ayam, soto ayam, sop buntut (oxtail soup), sate, gado-gado, babi guling in Bali, martabak, gulai, sayur asem. Gosh, too many too mention lol. Hope you get to experience the amazing array of the food we have. 😉

  8. Maripet Villanueva

    Hello to both of you..I am glad you're coming to the Philippines.. please try to come to the northern part of the Philippines,the Ilocos region..lots of interesting food to taste and interesting places to go to..

  9. Jeffrey Hu

    Hi Luke!

    I have added the traditional Chinese cc subtitles for this video!
    I just think that your hard work of making great videos should be promoted.

    I don't know if you know this, just that Chinese native speakers rely on subtitles.
    It would help a lot your publicity if you put on Chinese subtitles…hard work… i get it lol

    I will add more cc subtitle… if i got free time. It took me three days…not a big deal LOL

    The subtitles will be available once passing the censorship.

    Anyways, you are so cute and keep up the good work!

  10. wilfredo rodriguez

    Can't wait for both of you to visit the Philippines!! There's soooo much good food here, but then again they might also be foreign to your stomach so better be ready but I do hope you will enjoy our country.. see you both soon! God speed!!

  11. pegeen007

    Thank you for the Q&A segment; and although l didn't ask any, you and Sabrina answer a lot of questions l had in mind. Especially the one about food poisoning.

  12. heloise121

    I bumped in to your Vlogs recently and love the photography and easy style of your vlogs. Happy Chinese New Year and please carry on with your filming style. 🙂

  13. Wayan Haryati

    Hi Luke, I can't wait for your video when you and sabrina traveling to Indonesia. I want to suggest you to try Balinese food first. They have incredibly delicious foods. They use a lot of seasoning in their food. My favorites foods in Bali are babi guling, ayam betutu, sate orob, lawar, and so many other different kinds of food. And if you want to visit Central Borneo, I am so happy to be your guide 😁. We have so many delicious fish here.

  14. Gelnafe Inquig

    You know here in the Philippines there's a lot of beaches and food that you can try….the people are so warm in welcoming some visitors…

  15. L Dharmadi

    You've never showed in all you vids how you converse with the sellers or the local people. Language is another aspect of the culture. It would be really interesting to see you try to speak the local language just like the Food Ranger. 💕

  16. Benz sprite

    I like your chanel. I always enjoyed when you describe what you eat. And I usually watch your video for practice my English also. and I wish you plan come to Thailand. You are always welcome

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