While it may appear to be a simple restaurant named with a cliche, don't judge a book by its cover. This restaurant in my opinion was amazing for a number of reasons... The owner is a terrific and entertaining character who can converse in a number of languages; a hilarious person. The food was very good and reasonably price. The restaurant has a number of rooms, you can sit in a restaurant with table and chairs, you can sit upstairs on the covered porch, or have a traditional turkish dinner in their cave room. While Elai up the street has more haute cuisine, House of Memories trumps them on service, kindness, entertainment, and the turkish dining experience. I urge you to visit House of Memories for a great time!
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