If you want to go somewhere fancy for dinner this weekend, we’d recommend looking into Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Houston. It’s classy, it has excellent food, and it has a huge wine menu, too.
Keep reading to find out everything you need to know. We’ll give you all the key details, as well as some standout dishes we think you should try!
Before we get into the food on offer, here are some key details you need to know about Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille:
|Address||9827 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77024|
|Food||Salads, seafood, steaks, sides, desserts|
|Our Recommendations||Filet Perry|
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is a chain restaurant with several branches in and around the Houston area, including Katy, Sugarland, and The Woodlands. They specialize in steak but have a wide range of other food available too.
There are plenty of options here for meat-eaters. Their steak is well worth a try, and we’d recommend their Filet Perry dish (filet steak wrapped with applewood-smoked bacon, topped with jumbo lump crabmeat and their Signature Steak Butter, with steamed asparagus as a side).
They offer several types of steak, including:
- Filet Mignon
- Filet Three Ways
- Prime New York Strip
- Prime Ribeye
- Certified Upper Choice Ribeye
- Tomahawk Braised Short Ribs
- Pecan-Smoked Caramelized Prime Rib
- Bone-In Cowboy Ribeye
- True Japanese Wagyu Beef
- Finely Sliced New York Strip
You can also get some good pork chops here, including their Famous Pork Chop Friday Lunch, which comes with whipped potatoes and homemade apple sauce.
There are a couple of chicken options, too.
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You can get some great seafood here. The Crispy Skin Wild Red Snapper (with chive whipped potato sand truffle vinaigrette) is excellent, or you can go for the fried shrimp, which is a delicious treat.
We’d also recommend the Pan Seared Sea Bass, with creamy corn and red pepper coulis (gluten-free).
You could also check out the Cold Seafood Cocktail bar. Paying by the piece or portion, you can grab shrimp, oysters, tuna tartare, crabmeat, lobster tails, and caviar. You can even build your seafood tower for your table.
There are some excellent starters from Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, including some good seafood options. The crab cakes are great, as well as the cherry pepper calamari. We’d also recommend the truffle spinach and artichoke dip, which is delicious.
It’s a good idea to pick up a couple of sides while you’re here. Try Roasted Sherried Mushrooms, the Truffle Steak Fries, or the Au Gratin Potatoes. The Whipped Potatoes are excellent too, and if you want something more filling, you can go for the Lobster Mac & Cheese.
6. Soups and Salads
This might be unsurprising because Perry’s is a steakhouse, but there aren’t many options available for vegetarians. There are a few soups and salads, including the Seasonal Soup, which makes the most of seasonal ingredients. You could also go for the Field Green, Pear & Candied Pecan Salad, which is also gluten-free.
Save some room for dessert if you can, as there are some excellent choices here. We like the Lemon Bar, a vegetarian bar made from lemon curd and orange shortbread, coated in a torched vanilla bean meringue. The Flourless Fudgy Chocolate Cake is gluten-free and very delicious.
8. Lunch Menu
Lunch is served from 10.30 AM – 4 PM, with a slightly smaller menu to choose from. The Perry’s Pork Chop Friday Lunch Special is a good call; you could also go for something like the Steakhouse Pasta, Butcher’s Blend Burger, Chargrilled Salmon, or Steakhouse Brick Chicken.
You can pick up some salads and soups at lunchtime, too.
Perry’s has an extensive selection of wines, from $16 bottles of rose all the way through to $250 bottles of Cabernet. In addition, they have temperature-controlled wine lockers and helpful staff, who will be able to suggest wines to pair with your meals.
If you want to try something unique, you can go for their own wines, including Perry’s Reserve Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, and their Big Red Blend.
Perry’s is a classy, upscale sort of place. It’s ideal for special occasions, but not so good if you want to swing by in your casual clothes. It’s a calm, moderately noisy restaurant, and we’d recommend it for dates or celebrations with friends and family members.
They have a full bar (with happy hour specials available), free wi-fi, parking, and a TV. Plus, if you’d rather eat at home, you can get takeout or delivery instead.
11. Customer Service
The waiters are polite, friendly, and helpful. They’ll make you feel special without being too intrusive, and they’re very attentive if you need anything.
It can get busy, especially on Friday and Saturday nights. So we’d recommend making a reservation to avoid disappointment.
A meal for a family at Perry’s can add up if you’re all eating steak or seafood, but the pricing is pretty reasonable. It’s certainly comparable to other steakhouses. For example, you can get a salad or a pasta dish for under $15. Some of their more expensive meals go up to $40 (for the Chargrilled Salmon), and the steak dishes are around the $50 level.
To Sum Up
Overall, we’d definitely recommend a trip to Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille. It’s pretty classy, with some excellent wines and delicious steak/seafood. If you can go on a quiet night, you’ll enjoy super-fast service and attentive waiters ready to help you to pick the perfect wine to go with your meal.