但要怎麼跟外國朋友介紹呢？看看 Annie 怎麼說吧！
Annie 去交換認識的朋友 Linda 來到台灣找她玩，身為饕客的 Linda 想要趁機試試台灣的小吃，所以 Annie 就決定帶 Linda 去夜市吃個夠！
Linda: So, what are the must-try snacks in the night market?
Annie: I personally recommend scallion pancakes. It's flatbread mixed with scallions, and it tastes like a savory croissant. You can add eggs, basil leaves, ham, and so on.
(After buying a scallion pancake and taking a bite…)
Linda: It's very crispy but a little bit greasy. What do you recommend I drink with this?
Annie: Many foreigners love pearl milk tea. But if you want to quench your thirst, I think lemon aiyu jelly is the best! The texture of aiyu jelly is quite smooth and soft. It's made from the seeds of a plant in the fig family.
Linda: I've tried pearl milk tea in France. After all, its popularity has spread all over the world. So, this time I'd like to try aiyu jelly! Then, where's our next stop?
Annie: I remember that you love seafood. Maybe you can try an oyster omelet. It's typically made from eggs, flour, and potato starch, then it is usually topped with a mildly spicy and salty sauce.
Linda: I love oysters! I'll get three oyster omelets… wait! What’s that odor? It smells like rotten garbage or smelly feet.
Annie: Hahaha, it's one of the most notorious dishes in Taiwan, called stinky tofu. It smells bad because it's fermented, just like blue cheese. It's crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. You can hold your nose and give it a try!
Linda: Ok… I think a tiny bite is enough for me.