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“Outstanding Place To Die For - Twice in Two Days!”
Review of Keeper's Japanese

Keeper's Japanese
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Ranked #18 of 433 Restaurants in Sugar Land
Cuisines: Japanese
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: With over twenty years as a Sushi chef and two previous restaurants under his belt, Keeper Lin is finally bringing his inventive cuisine to Fort Bend. Now Sushi-lovers and food aficionados alike can enjoy mouth-watering, fresh food in an elegant, yet welcoming atmosphere.
Reviewed 6 June 2018

I can't believe we just found Keepers - where have I been?? The food is absolutely outstanding, the plethora of selections is unbelievable and the staff is Amazing. The restaurant is huge, beautiful and relaxing, and patio seating on the right day saved us from a 45 minute wait. While prices are reasonable on the regular menu, they have happy hour ALL Day on Saturday and Sunday with no skimping on the servings. For dinner Saturday, we enjoyed Edamame with Sea Salt (option of pepper also), Shrimp Tempura (2 come with an onion ring- delish) and the BEST Agadashi Tofu ever along with a California Roll, It was so delicious, we ordered again sans California Roll - Our server Jerry who works Friday and Saturday only was not only professional, but personable, very helpful and prompt in every way! In fact, everything was so good we returned Sunday around 2:30 and sat inside - a real treat since it was quite arid outside. Our waiter Kim did not disappoint and we tried Shrimp Langoon - Very good. Of course, the Moscato both days was delightful. A few house wines are on the happy hour menu but not Moscato, and they also serve Bento boxes and have lunch specials as well. Now that I am moving, I'm very sad but I will revisit Keepers upon my return. If you haven't been here, you have missed it. It is a bucket list must!

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Thank Anita R
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Reviewed 18 April 2018 via mobile

Visited Keeper’s for lunch with friends. It was about 2pm, and it wasn’t full possibly cause it was just after lunch time.
The staff were nice and seemed pleased to serve.
The food was fresh and delicious. The sushi seemed to melt in your mouth with a burst of flavours.
The overall experience and meal was great, definitely value for money.
Will most certainly be visiting them again.

Thank 61elizabetha
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

his restaurant was packed on a Friday night. They do it all. Sushi, tempura, dumplings and more, Service was excellent for a busy night. The decor is quite interesting. There is this huge recessed circular ceiling.

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Thank Paul L
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

This is my favorite sushi place in town.
Most of my friends agree as well and we often find our way back here.

Thank lm2018mda
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Reviewed 23 December 2017 via mobile

Food was good, sushi seemed fresh...app came out after entree, soup served in very small, weird pot with tiny dish to pour into...difficult to enjoy this way. Not sure why sliced cucumber was such a difficult request. Server came to table too often for unnecessary things....no need to clear a plate we're still eating off of...this happened constantly and we found it rude, disruptive, and it interrupted our dinner, evening, and conversation. Silly to charge 0.50 for Siracha sauce and $2 for cucumber that was not sliced as requested (silly excuse from manager to boot!). Very, very, very loud! Seemed expensive for what we ordered.

Thank BAT B
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