If you are looking at tasting other cuisines then restaurants serving American hamburgers, Italian pizzas, Japanese sashimi, German pig's knuckles, Swiss fondues and most importantly, Indian butter chicken and naan are very easily available.
Must try in Taiwan!
Pineapple Cake: Pineapple is widely grown in Taiwan, which is used to make the famous pineapple cake.
Candied Fruits: Fresh fruits like plum, kumquat and mangoes are rubbed with salt and preserved by adding sugar.
Mochi: Mochi (sticky rice cake) was called "doushu" (bean rice cake) in early Taiwanese society. During the Japanese colonial period its name changed to "mochi". It is one of the representative delicacies of Taiwan's aboriginal Hakka culture
Sun Cakes: A malt sugar filling in a golden pastry shell that is formed into a flat round shape. The name comes from their sun-like shape.
Shaved Ice: Ice grated with sweet fruit syrups and fresh fruits on top...
Meat on sticks: From fresh seafood, chicken to all types of meat…the Taiwanese love to grill, roast or deep fry meat which is then speared with sticks and eaten as a snack on the go.
Food, shopping and much more...
There are endless possibilities in Taiwan from hiking in Taroko National park, to staying at hot spring resorts, to visiting the scenic Sun Moon lake area to high end gizmo and gadget shopping.