Well, this is an interesting one. Drew & I have both been to Flying Biscuit, but not together. His visit left a bad taste in his mouth: hard brick-like biscuits & watery omelettes compounded with the parking hassle, crowds and poor service left him with no desire to return for seconds. On the flip side, I actually quite enjoyed Flying Biscuit. I ordered the Southern Scramble with the collards cooked into the eggs and thought it was delicious. Although I did have to run out to refill the parking meter due to exceptionally slow service, but overall I was pleased. Yes, it's crowded, but it's Midtown on a Sunday morning. Maybe we'll have to go back, together this time, and see whose first impression proves to be an accurate representation of Flying Biscuit's overall delivery...
Posted: 9/30/2010 • Link to this review
I absolutely love the Flying Biscuit. The atmosphere is fun, quirky, and friendly (with the exception of grumpy customers waiting for a table during the busy mornings on the weekend times). The daily scramble special is usually my choice along with either a peach oatmeal pancake or a piece of french toast with raspberry puree.
Posted: 8/24/2009 • Link to this review
If you can imagine this, Flying Biscuit combines the feeling of a southern country kitchen, European cafe, and hippie-granola diner. Excellent food, great service, and good people-watching, in the heart of funky urban Atlanta.
It took many years of driving past this restuarant on the weekend, looking at the long lines to figure out that "there's a reason why". NOW I KNOW, the "Southern Scramble" can't be beat! And the biscuit - literally flys off your plate, its sooo good.
Fantastic Food for a reasonable price in a funky spot. I love the LOVE Cakes - I will drive miles - but this week I branched out and had the salmon with the coca cola glaze -it was delicious. My husband always goes for the Turkey meatloaf - Verry yummy. Breakfast on the weekend always is a wait - so I get my Biscuits with dinner and save them for the next morning. 10 seconds in the microwave and they are FanTasTic! Yumm!
Posted: 7/16/2008 • Last edited: 7/21/2008 • Link to this review
The Flying Biscuit has long lines to get in. Either everyone has been brainwashed by all the hype, or have no idea where get a really good breakfast in the ATL. Biscuits here are so heavy, I seriously doubt they could fly.
Posted: 6/16/2008 • Last edited: 7/21/2008 • Link to this review