Okra—love it or hate it. While some recipes strive to obscure its mucilaginous properties, others hose you with slime. Khartoum delights in the latter. This Sudanese café recently appeared on Fulton Street's thriving Muslim strip, where robed and skullcapped vendors hawk religious wares, even soul food spots offer halal meats, and a grand new mosque is planned at the corner of Bedford Street. The immaculate interior of the restaurant features scarlet curtains, white plastic tablecloths that mimic lace, and a spate of mirrors that dizzyingly multiply all objects to infinity. As you sit down to dinner, the sound of the muezzin calling the evening prayer... More >>>