I live near Perry's and it gets rave reviews from several neighbors. I have lived in The Woodlands for a year now, and have eaten there twice - the first time, we were excited to try it.....
The second time I dragged my husband there to try and decode the mystery.
First visit: Three different steaks and all were terrible, in texture, flavor, and preparation. Sides were cold. Our server was not competent, and I say this respectfully, she may have been emotionally/mentally challenged in some way. This is what actually kept us from complaining, along with the certainty that we would never be back. Matters were made worse by the fact that the hostess paraded us to the farthest table, next to the kitchen opening, awash in fluorescent light. ugh! The restaurant was only half-full. I would love to be privy to that thought process.
Second visit: Six months later. After almost being run out of the neighborhood for not "loving" Perry's _ we returned. We just don't get it. Sitting among seemingly happy people, We experienced awful service, bad timing( 2 hours from start to finish on a weekday night) and food that was slightly less awful - maybe mediocre.
I swear there is some kind of phenomenon at work here, where people who live "way back here" in Indian Springs are just so happy to have a steak restaurant that they'll support anything. This is my theory and I'm sticking to it. There will not be a third time.
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