Think of the South Miami and Coral Gables institution Daily Bread. But instead of ready-made food, everything at this Mediterranean-centric eatery and market is fresh, grilled to order, and exuding home-cooked goodness. Lamb and chicken dishes are tender and flavorful, and the kibbeh - a fried torpedo-shaped croquette stuffed with minced lamb or beef - is made with pumpkin. The vegetarian-friendly falafel feature soft interiors and crisp crusts; they're especially tasty in one of the pita wraps ($5.99), crammed full of goodies such as tahini, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and cabbage. Try the $1 baklava, a major standout. In the back, a market boasts rare spices, stuffed grape leaves, tzaziki, and olives straight from the barrel. If you're a novice to this type of cuisine, various Latin plates are also available.