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Kismet owner Ervin Ramazanoski holds the gyro dinner ($12.75), which feeds two and comes with extra meat, extra pita, tomato, onion, olives, Feta cheese and homemade cucumber sauce. Photos by James Sanchez/22nd Century Media
The chicken caesar wrap ($6.33) is another popular dish with patrons at Kismet.
Thomas Czaja, Senior Editor
9:57 am CST February 19, 2018
Kismet means destiny or faith in Turkish. When the Kismet restaurant was first opened in Orland Park in 1977 by Roy Tufekcioglu, it was an act of faith — one that materialized in four decades and counting of selling its signature gyros and other food items.