Global Dining in Sugar Land

Nestled in the heart of one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the United States. Sugar Land boasts a global food scene that rivals’ cities three times its size. Travel the world without having to get your passport stamped on and experience food that’s bursting with intense flavors and alluring aromas.

 

Steak & Seafood

 

Perry’s Steakhouse and GrilleFeel like royalty as you dine amid a cozy and upscale atmosphere, sampling filets stuffed with lump crab meat, their famous pork chops, or grilled salmon that will excite your palate.  Make sure to save some room to sweeten up your taste buds with their various dessert options. Give the rocky road bread pudding to the dessert trio a try that will be a sublime treat to finishing off your delightful food experience.

The Rouxpour: Step into Bourbon street scene when you enter the world of this New Orleans themed restaurant, complete with French Quarter-inspired decor and a 14-foot raw oyster bar. Delight in a blackened salmon or parmesan crusted mahi-mahi topped with lump crab meat to chicken or pork topped with bayou sauce. Cap off the evening with a sensational dessert that always pleases such as the crème brulee.

Veritas Steak and Seafood: This family-owned and fine dining establishment make you feel right at home. Indulge in full-flavored classic steak cuts to the freshest seafood.  Dine inside or on the veranda with a lake view while you feast on grilled salmon or maybe a delicious pork chop Milanese. For dessert, don’t skip out on the chocolate cake, with layers of homemade toffee, dulce de leche, chocolate mousse and ganache.

Asian Fare

 

Cooking Girl: Stop by this local eatery for authentic Sichuan cuisine. Their menu is peppered with all sorts of spicy dishes to tingle your taste buds from the Spicy Shrimp, Red Beef, and Dandan Noodle. Make sure to bring your appetite and a group of friends because the food here is served family-style.

Pho Shack: Soup is great for any type of weather, especially broth that’s been simmering for about 14 hours. Step inside for a taste of their signature full-bodied broth complete with vermicelli noodles and your choice of meats. If pho isn’t your cup of tea, try one of the restaurants Bahn mi sandwiches or chargrilled offerings.

Udipi Cafe: Calling out all Vegetarians!  Udipi Café is a vegetarian restaurant and a good place to sample a taste of the rich history and culture of India. Feast on these Indian flavors that are made and prepared with the freshest and aromatic ingredients. Try a dosa, an Indian staple dish that’s a type of pancake that is served hot along with a stuffing of potatoes, chutney, or sambar. This is a vegetarian dream come true.

 

Mediterranean

 

Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill: Fadi’s buffet gives you a wide range of dips, fresh salads, rice, and vegetables to choose from. Get in line and load your plate with tabbouleh, different types of hummus, falafels, and a shawarma. Don’t skip out on dessert, especially when you have choices like their classic baklava, flan, and Turkish tea.

Turquoise Grill & Bar: This local restaurant showcases the flavors of the Mediterranean with classic favorites like kebabs, dolmas, and gyros. The unique flavors found in this cuisine are able to satisfy meat lovers, vegetarians, and vegans alike. Lastly, before you head out sample their dessert options ranging from the oven browned rice pudding, tiramisu, homemade brownie, and their kazandibi.    

New American

 

Jupiter Pizza & Waffle Co.: The name says it all. Jupiter specializes in traditional and eclectically-styled pizzas, as well as sweet and savory waffles. Try their Angry Rooster Pizza, a pie filled to the brim with mozzarella cheese, house-made pulled pork, caramelized onions, fresh jalapenos, and a yard egg topped with BBQ sauce and cilantro. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous try their Southern Belle, crispy-fried chicken served over a Belgian waffle topped with maple cream.

The Sugar Refinery Grubs & Grog: The restaurant mirrors a Prohibition-era speakeasy era and features classic cocktails like Hemingway to whiskey sours. Plus, travel back in time as you see historic pictures of Old Sugar Land and their bartenders and servers styled in aprons and hats. If you’re feeling a bit hungry you can enjoy tasty dishes from short ribs and risotto, chicken pot pie, and tamarind glazed spare ribs, just to name a few.

 


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