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Kismet’s long, wood-paneled dining room is the bricks-and-mortar outgrowth of Madcapra; the lauded Central Market falafel joint that chefs Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson established after first relocating from Brooklyn to Los Angeles in 2013. Kismet (the name means destiny) is a more ambitious venture: an all-day, sit-down restaurant which blends traditional Middle Eastern dishes with locally produced Californian staples. Located at the easternmost end of Hollywood Boulevard, the restaurant emphasizes vegetable-focused fusion food such as broccoli toasts with labneh, Persian frittatas with swiss chard and barberries, and kabocha squash with Aleppo peppers.

4648 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles
California 90027
United States

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