You should understand the territory first. Just outside the City of Houston is the town of Sugar Land, Texas. It derives the name from the long ago sugar mill for Imperial Pure Cane Sugar around which the town was built more than 100 years ago. Sugar Land is a small city in Ft. Bend County, Texas. Ft. Bend County is one of the most fastest growing, prosperous areas of Texas. Booming in fact. A new tenant in the newish Town Square/ City Hall area [ as of the summer of 2012] is a recent and unique casual restaurant,GURU burger and crepes. An unusual combination for a restaurant but unusually good. Hamburgers of ample size and a variety of meats that include Texas Grass Fed Akaushi beef [ no McDonalds or Wendy's here] or lamb, or buffalo, or salmon, or turkey, mushroom, or salmon. More of a variety difficult to match for any hamburger place that's not a chain or otherwise. There are 3 portion sizes, sliders [3 oz.] regular [6 oz.] double [12oz] and three different bread options: twist roll, whole wheat, and bunless. Dozens of beers, a large choice of wine by the glass, both domestic and foreign, a wide variety of salads, and potatoes. The hamburgers are cooked to order and served with care. And from the number of patrons, all delicious. 12 varieties of crepes they characterize as savory and there's probably really no
doubt about those. Sugar Land is not a vacation destination but it is becoming a Silicon Valley-type area of businesses and with a large and growing affluent Asian and Indian population. If you find yourself looking for new employment or relocating to this upscale area of Texas there's at least one great hamburger not-a-joint restaurant you won't waste money trying out.
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