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Have you had your Biscuit? [Mar. 29th, 2010|07:46 pm]
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[sorrie_bluez]

Aaaaaaand the Flying Biscuit!
The branch near Candler Park.


Menu~
Well, apparently, the Flying Biscuit name came about
because they used to throw it & you'll catch the bread - so I heard.


Sneaked a shot at the kitchen area.
The famous biscuits + a few slices of french toast.


Heater.
And we were seated below it. LOL


All in all, quite a nice place. :)




High Flyer
Two large farm fresh eggs served with our signature chicken breakfast sausage, creamy dreamy grits.


Plus an organic oatmeal pancake topped with warm peach compote and served with maple syrup.

This pancake was a lil' thick, dry & heavy, as compared to normal pancakes that we know of.
I mean, one look & you know it's not the average pancake.
This was average, but the 'borrowed' pecan-cinnamon sauce - it's really sweet, mind you -
totally made this better. :p


The High Flyer
Well, the 'famous' biscuit was an interesting piece of bun.
It went really well with our slightly-molten butter (thanks to the heater above us)
& any other sauces, 'cept the provided Apple sauce (top left of pic).
That sauce tasted like a weird, reminding me of ketchup. Ha

Other than the grits - with the texture of a more stew-y mash potatoes -
everything else was pretty average, similar to a normal breakfast one could make.


Clifton Omelette...
Three large farm fresh eggs stuffed with goat cheese and mushrooms,
topped with warm tomato coulis and basil, served with creamy dreamy grits.


Pecan Cinnamon(?) Pancakes
Couldn't remember the exact name, but even by itself,
this light & flavorful - lotta cinnamon - pancake was delicious!
The sauce it comes with is divine though. :p


All in all, we spent about USD$10 per person on our hearty breakfasts.
More time was spent trying to find parking around the area though. Haha
The place can be a lil' crowded if you do during peak periods,
our poor friend had to wait 20mins for a table!

First time eating there (hope it's not my last!), but it was an enjoyable experience.
Nice food, good service & please order that Pecan Cinnamon Pancakes,
even if only for the sauce that accompanies it. :p

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Taken with Canon DIGITAL IXUS 870 IS
Thanks to Hisham for pics storage.
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[User Picture]From: lovepanic
2010-03-30 12:59 am (UTC)
Mmmmm I love this place, though I've only ever been to the one on Piedmont. Your pictures are lovely and have made me super hungry now D:
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[User Picture]From: sorrie_bluez
2010-03-30 01:08 am (UTC)
Thanks! :)
We went to the Candler one because it's the original branch (I think). Ha
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[User Picture]From: blumiska
2010-03-31 06:54 am (UTC)
the french toast looks odd. did you guys try it ?

the rest of the food look yummy :D except for grits, of course. i never understand the appeal of it, and i dont know why people would eat it.
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[User Picture]From: sorrie_bluez
2010-03-31 10:05 pm (UTC)
Nope, none of us had the french toast. Ha

The grits was erm, interesting. Just had it for the full experience,
though I'd probably change it to another side next time. :p
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[User Picture]From: hellodali
2010-04-01 03:33 am (UTC)
their potatoes are rock'em sock'em, should have had those...
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[User Picture]From: sorrie_bluez
2010-04-01 04:34 am (UTC)
Ha. Thanks, will do! :D
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