When I think of brunch, this is one of my top spots. On Sundays, this place is on a long wait and very difficult to get into. With COVID, I was worried we would have to wait. We lucked out and got a table inside. Normally there are so many tables and chairs all up on each other to squeeze as many people in the Restaurant as possible. Due to the restrictions everything was spaced out in very open. They spread out their patio area to be able to have more people said outside. I loved that they put their menu under a clear plastic table cover so that they didn't waste paper from disposable menus. We enjoyed the pimento cheese appetizer, sausage egg and gravy biscuit and the chicken pot pie. Also recommend their mimosas. Everything was so delicious!!! The staff was also very friendly and attentive.
Absolutely delicious and the best service. The grits are amazing never tasted any that good before. Will definitely be going back!
The biscuits are not good- dry and weirdly sweet. The food was all a bit of a disappointment except the pancakes. The mac and cheese is somehow made into finger food. Just not a good experience and not what we were hoping for. We were in the mood for good southern food and this just didn't cut it at all.
Im from Fayetteville and need a flying biscuit here!! I was impressed that there was only a little wait as my introduction to Flying Biscuit has been Raleigh and there is always a wait. The waitress was super friendly and checked on us at perfect intervals. The food was, as always, amazing. I could bathe in their hollandaise sauce! The decor is so warm and whimsical, but the chairs could use a cushion ;)
David W. Kellogg, Sr.
We eat there regularly and the food is always consistent. The last couple visits we were served by Lindsey who is exceptional! She is always happy, engaging and even remembers our names. What a great experience!