Gourmet’s Must Visit:Aodi
Located at the Dawan Aodi area, between Longdongwan Cape and Sandiaojiao, Aodi was once the first landing place of the Japanese army. It is also the place where pioneer Wu Sha hauled in an anchor and opened up barren land for farming on the Lanyang Plain. In addition to these historical interests, Aodi is especially famous for its rich seafood. During spring and summer, bitter Oysters, Stripped Bonito, Mackerel, Amberfish and Japanese Eel are all abundant. In the fall and winter, there are Blue Seachub, Nibbler Girella Leonine, Little Spinefoot, Black Seabream, Chinese Paddlefish, Shark, and Tuna.
Aodi Seafood Street
The advantage of neighboring Aodi Fishing Harbor makes Aodi Seafood Street a paradise for tasting different kinds of fresh seafood at budget prices. In the street, there are many famous seafood restaurants, such as the Heibaimao Seafood and Hsin Gang Seafood. Most seafood sold in the street is caught from waters over Pengjiayu, Yilan and Gueishan Ile, and marlin, red snapper, cuttlefish, calamari, lobster, grouper and Taiwanese abalone (known as the noble of the ocean) are the main ingredients.