There’s only one reason a simple Mediterranean cafe in Miami should look as cleanly designed as this one does. It owes its IKEA-ready face to its prime location on the corner of Lincoln Road, every bit as sparkly as its competitor neighbours. Pasha’s falafel dishes are tops (the balls are chewily spongy and greaseless), the kebab platters (beef, chicken, lamb, veggie or salmon) are filling, and some that say the rice that accompanies many items on the menu is the best in the world. Everything on the menu is inviting and remarkably bright-tasting, though ignore the grilled vegetable side orders as they’re the only things at Pasha’s that are overpriced. Try a veggie wrap or a ground chicken pide (the Turkish version of pizza) chased by a just-blended tangerine or melon juice. Needless to say, vegetarians will fall in love with the place and never want to dine anywhere else. Indeed, Pasha’s is the healthiest snackery around, an oasis among the diet-busting ice cream parlours and overstuffed-plate purveyors on the strip.