"You'd be a fuul to miss it!" Top 5 Page for this destination Khartoum Restaurant Tip by maykal

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The main staple in Sudan is fuul, mashed up fava beans served hot, topped with grated cheese and spicy oil, and scooped up with bread. You won't find it in restaurants as such, just look for a large metal container with a ladle outside any local store...an upturned drnks crate will form your seat, another makes your table, and half the neighbourhood will provide your conversation. You can also get take-away, but remember to bring the bowl back eventually! Some places also serve Adddis, which is basically the same as fuul but made with lentils instead. They both taste remarkably similar!

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  • Written Sep 9, 2002
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