Flying Biscuit Cafe

★★★★☆

About Flying Biscuit Cafe

Categories
  • Bakeries
  • Restaurants
  • Traditional American Restaurants
Details
  • Breakfast
  • Brunch
  • Carry Out
  • Family-Friendly Dining

Food

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The Flying Biscuit is amazing, no matter which location you go to. My fiance took me there and we go whenever we have the time to go. I am a HUGE fan of their grits - best grits I have ever had. Even if I order a meal that doesn't go with grits I still get them. I also struggle with either getting their French Toast (with a raspberry sauce) or their delicious turkey burger. Scrambled eggs are good too.

The worst thing about this place, and the only negative, is that it is so popular that it is incredibly crowded and will very likely have to wait on the weekends.

5
★★★★★

The Flying Biscuit is amazing, no matter which location you go to. My fiance took me there and we go whenever we have the time to go. I am a HUGE fan of their grits - best grits I have ever had. Even if I order a meal that doesn't go with grits I still get them. I also struggle with either getting their French Toast (with a raspberry sauce) or their delicious turkey burger. Scrambled eggs are good too.

The worst thing about this place, and the only negative, is that it is so popular that it is incredibly crowded and will very likely have to wait on the weekends.

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Loving a good Southern breakfast, complete with oh-so-creamy-dreamy grits and a fluffy biscuit (love the wheat one), we enjoy the variety on the menu and the friendly wait staff (always ogling over our little one). The tables are typically close together at all locations, but our favorite Biscuit is tucked away near... you didn't think I'd give it away, did you?

5
★★★★★

Loving a good Southern breakfast, complete with oh-so-creamy-dreamy grits and a fluffy biscuit (love the wheat one), we enjoy the variety on the menu and the friendly wait staff (always ogling over our little one). The tables are typically close together at all locations, but our favorite Biscuit is tucked away near... you didn't think I'd give it away, did you?

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Flying Biscuit is definitely a popular place, and the biscuits there are great. The menu is very diverse and there are a lot of healthy options which is very nice.

4
★★★★☆

Flying Biscuit is definitely a popular place, and the biscuits there are great. The menu is very diverse and there are a lot of healthy options which is very nice.

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I'm sure this is a happening place. I could tell by the waiting crowd, to be seated. The tables were a little too close for my comfort. I'm a touchy-feely person. The food was okay. The biscuits were pretty good. The apple-butter helped them out a lot. I wasn't impressed with my cook. I had to send my egg back to the kitchen. I asked for my egg to be fried hard. It came with some egg yolk not cooked. No, I don't like squishy things either. I liked the raspberry french toast. It caught me off guard with its taste. The fruit were fresh. And, our server was okay. You could tell she wasn't attentive to her customer's needs. She would leave the table b4 checking with everyone, if everything was okay. I did get my money's worth for the amount of food. If I recommended this place, it would be to have a change of pace.

3
★★★☆☆

I'm sure this is a happening place. I could tell by the waiting crowd, to be seated. The tables were a little too close for my comfort. I'm a touchy-feely person. The food was okay. The biscuits were pretty good. The apple-butter helped them out a lot. I wasn't impressed with my cook. I had to send my egg back to the kitchen. I asked for my egg to be fried hard. It came with some egg yolk not cooked. No, I don't like squishy things either. I liked the raspberry french toast. It caught me off guard with its taste. The fruit were fresh. And, our server was okay. You could tell she wasn't attentive to her customer's needs. She would leave the table b4 checking with everyone, if everything was okay. I did get my money's worth for the amount of food. If I recommended this place, it would be to have a change of pace.

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