JAL the Grille

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13849 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX 77478

281.240-0786

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http://jalgrille.com/

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+5 #5 Sadia 2013-07-18 17:51
@Administrator - You'll be pleased to know that Jal do cook their steaks to order. I was asked how I would like my Steak and I ordered ' Medium Well ' it was great - no pink and still juicy. Desis need to know and I'm talking about the majority here not the minority that the best way to ruin a steak is to ask for it ' well done. A well done steak needs to be cooked for a longer time. The longer you cook a steak, it heats up, the muscle fibers get firm and the juice completely drains out. The result is a tough chewy dry steak be it Jal or any other high end Steakhouse. I've been to Jal a couple of times now, love the food, love the service and I'm now hooked on their short ribs. I was there for Iftaari last night the iftaar buffet was awesome and the restaurant was packed. The Jal team were walking around all the tables checking on customers when buffet is essentially self service. You can't beat that. I so agree with Faisel ' Houston is long overdue for this sort of restaurant '
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+1 #4 Administrator 2013-07-15 23:04
Faisal, Great review! Definitely looking forward to visiting as soon as Ramadhan is over. The only comment I would like to address is "The chef can either dry out the steak until it has the texture of leather, or he can hear the customer scream when he sees a bit of "pink". I would like to add or he can cook to order as all fine food restaurants do. I'm sure they must be asking how a customer would like their steak and not assuming that every customer is as you "desi" and wants their steak "well done". Oddly enough I know quite a few desi's who don't like their steak well done. I'm sure in time they will get it right. In general I've heard a lot of good things about JAL. I"m sure they'll get it right!!
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+6 #3 Faisal 2013-07-15 22:33
Houston is long overdue for this sort of restaurant. Excellent food. Excellent service. Classy decor and lighting. Fair prices. Appropriate for a business lunch or an evening out with the family. The menu is focused on grilled items: sort of a halal steakhouse specializing in kabob recipes from Tunisia to Turkey to Iran to the Indian subcontinent. The cuisine will meet the expectations of the most discerning foodie. The menu also includes American style steaks: filet, ribeye and NY strip. The biggest challenge for this restaurant will be satisfying desi customers demanding "well done" steaks. The chef can either dry out the steak until it has the texture of leather, or he can hear the customer scream when he sees a bit of "pink."
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-6 #2 Juzer 2013-06-21 04:20
Don't let the hype fool you; Its not that good. Prices are as high as Taste of Texas (sad face, not halal), but that's about the only thing they have in common with ToT.

Ambience was average; think Beytis'. Chips n' dip: decent. Drinks: good. I ordered a 'medium' Rib Eye, but what I received was a very well done not-juicy-at-al l Rib Eye. My friend Zed could put this chef to shame with his off-night grilling.

This is all ok, blah blah, but the thing that got to me the most was when the owner came to our table to ask if everything was ok, I told him that the steak was a little over cooked - but ok - to which he replied "I knnnoowwww, the chef is getting used to all the 'well-done' requests...". I don't know what to make of this.

ANYWAYS. Hopefully your experience will be a different one.
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