Biscuits and grits are the quintessential Southern fare in the United States. Due to their introduction by restaurants, both big and small, in non-Southern parts, the food pairing has become a solid favorite among Americans. The combo is even considered as among the classic comfort foods along with perennial favorites like chicken soup.
And if you’re looking for one of the best biscuits and grits, then you may want to go to the nearest Flying Biscuit location! Here, you will find that the biscuits and grits are prepared just as Southern grandmothers did – with care, love and attention to taste and texture.
Below are the latest Flying Biscuit menu prices.
Top Menu Items
|2 Fluffy Flying Biscuits||$4.02|
|Very Berry Chicken Salad||$12.08|
Picked For You
|Turkey Pot Roast||$12.24|
|A Whole Lotta Love “Shrimp And Grits”||$8.39|
|The Fried Egg Sandwich||$10.05|
Breakfast All Day
|Famous Flying Biscuit Breakfast||$11.33|
|The High Flyer Breakfast||$12.82|
|Bacon and Eggs Breakfast||$11.41|
|Flat Iron Steak and Eggs||$16.13|
|Acai Super Bowl||$11.04|
|Garden Fresh Veggie Scramble||$10.92|
|Smoked Salmon Scramble||$11.96|
|Southern Style Biscuit Benedict||$12.65|
|Drops Of Jupiter “Fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes”||$9.59|
|Best I Ever Had “Heavenly French Toast”||$9.59|
We will gladly substitute oven-roasted “moon dusted” potatoes, creamy dreamy grits, fresh fruit or salad as a side item. Served with fluffy flying biscuit. Substitute egg whites.
Hot Off The Griddle
|Organic Oatmeal Pancakes with Peaches||$10.49|
|Heavenly French Toast||$7.67|
Scrambles & Omelettes
|Night Moves ”Smoked Salmon Scramble”||$12.39|
|Hold On Loosely “Southern Scramble”||$11.19|
Served with a fluffy flying biscuit.
|Fried Egg Salad||$9.79|
|Oven Fried Blt Salad||$10.09|
|Signature Chicken Sausage Patties||$4.29|
|Applewood Smoked Pork Bacon||$4.98|
|One Thick Slice Of Whole Wheat French Toast||$4.19|
|Chicken Sausage Gravy||$3.91|
|Fresh Seasonal Fruit||$4.03|
|Oven-roasted “Moon Dusted” Potatoes||$4.17|
|Chocolate “Biscuit” Bread Pudding||$4.46|
|Grilled Mac & Cheese||$4.19|
|Spicy Vegan Collard Greens||$4.22|
|Cilantro Lime Cole Slaw||$4.19|
|Fluffy Flying Biscuit||$1.99|
|Grilled Macaroni and Cheese||$4.66|
|Spicy Southern Collard Greens||$4.12|
|Garlic and Basil Mashed Potatoes||$3.42|
|Sauteed Green Beans||$3.82|
|Fresh Side Salad||$3.66|
|Morningstar Farms Soysage||$4.19|
Breakfast - Benedicts
|Freebird “Oven Fried Chicken Benedict”||$14.39|
|The Rich Girl “Smoked Salmon Benedict”||$12.39|
|Oven Fried Green Tomatoes||$9.06|
|Side of Love||$7.12|
|Start Me Up “Bacon, Egg And Cheese”||$9.59|
|Big Time “Classic BLT”||$11.24|
Breakfast - Featured Specialities
|Biscuit Chicken Pot Pie||$12.14|
|Flat Iron Steak||$15.66|
|Oven Fried Chicken||$13.36|
Vegetarian And Vegan Options
|Smooth Operator “Vegan Tofu Bowl”||$11.19|
|Love Shack “Veggie Burger”||$11.19|
|Closer To Fine “Vegan Tofu Wrap”||$11.19|
Sonny & Share
|Landslide “Chicken Quesadilla”||$10.79|
|Hot Herbal Tea||$2.82|
|Rebel Rebel “Fried Green Tomato BLT”||$11.84|
|Oven Fried Green Tomato BLT||$10.92|
|Walk This Way “Pimento Cheese Club”||$10.79|
|Flirtin’ With Disaster “Pastrami Reuben”||$11.99|
|Wake Up Burger||$12.32|
|The Superfreak “Chicken Club”||$11.99|
|Chicken Club Wrap||$10.89|
|Very Berry Chicken Wrap||$10.16|
|Veggie Devil Burger||$9.16|
Bowls And Plates
|Back In Black ”Blackened Honey-lime Shrimp”||$13.19|
|Born To Be Wild “Chicken And Chorizo Sausage”||$11.99|
|The Dancing Queen “Chicken Cobb Salad Bowl”||$12.29|
The first Flying Biscuit restaurant opened for breakfast in 1993 in Candler Park in Atlanta, Georgia. When it opened at 7 a.m., the diners came rushing in for a taste of the food and, by the time it was 11 a.m., the signature biscuits were sold out.
Fast-forward 20 years and the Flying Biscuit brand has become an institution in its own right, especially among people who can’t get enough of Southern comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With 14 locations – and growing – in Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina, the chain continues to provide its customers with a Southern-inspired menu served with a warm and welcoming attitude. The neighborhood spirit that underlined its success still remains, too, in all of its restaurants.
What They’re Famous For
Did you know that each Flying Biscuit restaurant makes at least 5,000 biscuits every day? This isn’t surprising as the made-from-scratch biscuits are the main draw for the restaurants!
But these aren’t your regular biscuits either. Instead, these are sweeter without being cloyingly sweet, as well as served with the most delicious cranberry apple butter this side of town. The creamy grits are the best pair for the biscuits but there are also plenty of other food pairing options from eggs to bacon and sausages.
Why Eat Here
The Flying Biscuit Café is nationally recognized for its superb food and we have proof! Gourmet magazine claims that the chain offers “wonderful Southern food” while USA Today writes that, “The biscuits are the best” and even Rachael Ray’s $40 a Day program asserts that Flying Biscuit has “great food and great value”. With such accolades, you can’t help but check it out for yourself and discover that, indeed, the food critics were right.
The Flying Biscuit restaurants are also good places to find healthier options for your breakfast, lunch and dinner. While it may not appear so when on a plate, the meals are usually healthier than those offered in fast-food restaurants.
The reason: The ingredients used have been chosen for their better nutrition without sacrificing on taste and texture. These include whole wheat biscuits, chicken sausage, and turkey bacon, as well as a wide range of organic foods.
Better yet, the dishes are made from fresh ingredients on site so you are assured that your food orders are always made to order, not reheated in the microwave. Plus, there’s also the fact that all the food items are available all day so whether you crave a breakfast meal at lunchtime or a dinner meal during breakfast time, you can have it.
Whatever you order, you should consider the biscuits, the flaky, creamy and sweet creations for which Flying Biscuit is known for. You have a few choices in sauce, too, aside from the cranberry apple sauce; examples include the apple cinnamon and the raspberry sauces.
In case biscuits isn’t on your agenda now, you can order the organic oatmeal pancakes, the Love Cakes, the High Flyer, and the Over Fried Green Tomatoes. Other choices include the Shrimp and Grits, the Very Berry Chicken Salad, and the Not Your Mama’s Pimento Cheese.
The grits are considered as among the best – creamy and buttery with the perfect texture for pairing with eggs, bacon and biscuits. The eggs prepared over medium although diners can request for their preferred preparation. The Famous Flying Biscuit Breakfast is your best bet if you want to have a filling and flavorful breakfast to start your day on the right foot.
The prevailing ambiance in Flying Biscuit restaurants is Southern charm, in keeping with its Southern roots and menu. According to it management, the chain doesn’t just deliver on excellent service but, more importantly, on smiles and hospitality – and we couldn’t agree more!
We have to say that the staff from the chefs to the waiters provide 5-star service, a rarity in a fast casual restaurant chain. Yet, the prices are so affordable – 1-star prices, if you will – so much so that you can bring your family and friends for great meals here every week.
You will definitely come back again and again to your favorite Flying Biscuit location! You will do so not just because of the great food and great value but also because of the people and the place.
To learn more about Flying Biscuit or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.flyingbiscuit.com.