Perry's in Sugar Land is part of the high-end Perry's Steakhouse chain, and definitely one of the more high-end restaurants in Sugar Land. We know a lot of people who choose Perry's for high power business lunch or at night for a fancy occasion. The layout of this particular Perry's is not my favorite. You enter a small atrium with reception desk and there are dining rooms to the right and left. If there is no one at the front desk reception then you don't know where to go (this can happen during the slower hours). But in keeping with other Perry's restaurants, the dining area and music evokes the Rat Pack era, of glitz and glamour. The rooms are upscale yet not overly opulent in a distasteful way.
I've had lunch and dinner here several times, and have not been let down by the quality of the food. I almost always get the Perry's Famous Porkchop, and every time I have it, I am reminded how impossibly large it is. The pork chop is no joke, my friends. You cannot fault Perry's on the portions, for they are extremely generous. The pork chop is served with a warm apple sauce, and comes with 4 ribs, the tenderloin, and the fattier, juicier part, which is usually broken apart right in front of you by the server, and arranged on an iron skillet. I usually eat that fatty/juicy part first, saving the ribs and tenderloin for lunch or dinner next day. The pork chop lunch (about 1/2 portion) is normally $15.99 but on Fridays, it's only $10.99 for lunch, a total steal and well worth the visit. I had a large party of about 8 come for the special lunch and despite the fact that it was a discounted meal, the waitstaff was courteous and attentive, and the pork chop unfailingly well prepared. I also very much enjoy the tuna tartare appetizer and the warm bacon spinach salad , both extremely tasty. For dessert, you can get silver cart service for their bananas foster and a couple of other desserts, very fancy, and perfect for a special occasion.
Pros: Generous portions
Cons: Hard to get to from 59 south