Former Owner of Kaneyama and Sushi King Strikes Gold Again

Word must have gotten around about the amazing food and uncompromising quality of one Fort Bend favorite. Over the last three years, renowned “Sushi Man” Keeper Lin has seen business at Keeper’s Japanese Restaurant and Bar double! Keeper says, “We sincerely thank our customers from Sugar Land, Missouri City, and beyond. Your feedback has inspired us to extend our popular Happy Hour, to continue to provide the freshest seafood, and to refine our menu, our service, and every aspect of our restaurant as we seek perfection.We appreciate all your support!”

If you don’t see Keeper in the restaurant, he may choosing the best salmon, the freshest tuna, or another specialty like yellowtail, live scallops, uni, or New Zealand pink snapper from a fish market or supplier. He never asks a supplier to cut, trim and deliver an order…because he considers it the responsibility and privilege of his team to select, clean, and hand-cut your sushi to order. Now Keeper’s has five “Sushi Men,” four kitchen chefs, and a new one on the way. A new manager, Ben, has been raising the bar for service. Keeper says, “Many of our team have been with us from the beginning, and our new manager has been a chef and a manager at another well-respected sushi restaurant. Our Japanese spirit and passion for quality comes through in the food we make and serve to you.”

Now that you’ve discovered Keeper’s, share the love with others! A beautiful and delicious sushi party tray makes the perfect hostess gift and really elevates any occasion…from book club to a church gathering to game night with friends. Perk up your office lunch or change up your party with a to-go order of Bento boxes from Keeper’s. Keeper says, “You may reserve our restaurant for your corporate event, workshop, or an after-school awards program from 3-6pm daily. We’ll offer specialty pricing for your party and we always have free wi-fi for your convenience.”

As Keeper celebrates the third anniversary of Keeper’s Japanese Restaurant and Bar this April, he says, “I never forget how blessed I am…thanks to all of you. We look forward to seeing you for lunch any day of the week, for Happy Hour, or for Mother’s Day. Domo arigatou gozaimasu…thank you so very much!”

Keeper’s Japanese Restaurant & Bar
4654 Highway 6 South
Sugar Land, TX 77478

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