Middle Eastern Street Food in Miami!! Falafel, Kibbie & Lamb Kafta

My epic Miami Street Food series continues with a taste of Middle Eastern street food in my hometown of Miami, Florida! Come join me and my father as we dine on some tasty Middle Eastern favorites, including falafel, kibbeh, hummus, lamb kafta, gyros, and much more! We headed over to the Original Daily Bread Marketplace in Coconut Grove. It was established in 1975 and I’ve been going there for decades! We were going to try a mix of Lebanese, Greek, and Turkish food and I could not wait. They have a market, a kitchen, and a restaurant! Inside, Josy took us on a tour of the market before we headed to the kitchen where we saw a woman rolling out grape leaves stuffed with rice and meat! We also saw some cream-filled baklava topped with sugar syrup and crushed pistachios. I watched them fry up some falafels, which are chickpea fritters with parlsey and onion. We got some tabbouleh, hummus, pilaf, lamb kafta, rice with vermicelli noodles, baba ghanoush, and more!

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