New Sugar Land Restaurant to Participate in Houston Restaurant Weeks

Born in Thailand, Chef Jett Hurapan is well known for his expertise in Asian cuisine.

Houston-area residents, including former president George H.W. Bush, swoon over his edamame dumplings, poor man noodles and whole crispy fish. At BLU Restaurant | Lounge, his new restaurant in Sugar Land, Hurapan offers a broader cuisine.

Today he shows food radio talk show host Cleverley Stone how to make Steak Au Poivre, a classic French dish. It is on BLU’s menu during Houston Restaurant Weeks, starting today through August 31. BLU will offer a special three course dinner for $35 per person and donate $5 per dinner sold to the Houston Food Bank, a network of nearly 500 food pantries, soup kitchens, senior centers and other agencies. The food bank feeds a total of 137,000 people each week in the greater Houston area.

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For more information about food, wine and dining in Houston,
listen to Cleverley’s radio show Saturdays at Noon on Talk 650 AM.
(By the way, she gives out restaurant gift cards on every radio show!)

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