NT$80/US$2.62. Actually, now that I think about it, despite living in Singapore for three years and having visited Kuala Lumpur, I don't think I have a good grasp of what a true "Malaysian" curry is supposed to taste like. I've had curry in the Peranakan restaurants in NYC, but I'm not sure if those counts. But if I go by the authenticity of all other foreign cuisines in Taipei, this was most likely nothing like what it's supposed to taste like.
Still, though, this was pretty tasty (unlike the majority of non-Taiwanese food here). And in the end, that's what counts.
PS: This photo captures pretty well what eating at a Taiwanese night market is like. (1) The bag of toilet paper on the table, (2) the clip to hold the plastic wrapper from the disposable chopsticks so they don't blow all over the place, (3) the plastic bag over the tray so they don't have to wash it, and (4) that ubiquitous yellow table (examples here, here and here).