Results 1-2of 2 Reviews
New York, New York
May 2, 2010
Washington, District of Columbia
September 24, 2002
Breakfasts are hearty and most dishes feature their namesake biscuit, buttery, fluffy and large. I chose potatoes over cheese grits (but I hear those are great too) along with my scrambled eggs, chicken & sage sausage AND oatmeal pancake with peach compote. What can I say - I was really hungry! The savory parts were delicious for the most part. Sausage was pleasantly spicy, but a lot drier than traditional pork sausage. The pancake was thick and dense, just OK in my book. The compote though was sweet and tasty.
Service was pretty friendly and casually loose. My coffee refills came quickly and our server was happy to answer questions about menu items, but the place is hopping so don't expect a lot of small talk at peak times.
A small parking lot is available. The Flying Biscuit also has a location in Candler Park. The midtown restaurant was advertising a cool Friday night prix fixe menu - 3 courses with wine for $25 that definitely sounded like it was worth checking out. Alas, I only had a few days in town and missed out.
From journal Weekend down south - Atlanta