Tainan was Taiwan’s historical capital, located on the southwest coast. To some, the city is known as Taiwan’s current capital of street food. KF Seetoh takes us to four of his favorite spots. At Fu Sheng Hao Restaurant, we try their famous Ricecakes with Shrimp and Pork Served in Fish Stock. At Kintoku Jing De food stall, Seetoh tries spring rolls made with cabbage, eggs, garlic, pork, shrimp and sugar. Open for more than 50 years, Ah Song Gua Bao food stall serves pork tongue, head and neck in a bao topped with peanut sauce and pickled daikon. The bao is served with a bowl of pork broth. Next, we head to San Yu Mian Eel Noodles, a food stall in operation for more than 100 years, and now owned by Mr. Lin. Mr. Lin serves eel noodles, stir-fried eels, and eel broth.