Maple Street Biscuit Company
The food was decent (not bad, not great), but the biscuit was small (maybe 3in diameter) and it wasn't big enough to hold its contents. I got The Farmer biscuit with a breaded chicken breast, smoked bacon, cheese, and apple butter. There were no sides or drink included and it was $9.00 for a single biscuit! That is ridiculously expensive for the very small amount of food you get. It also wasn't even a unique thing like "Oh look we make really large biscuits", or "We have some really unique and tasty sauce". So basically there is absolutely no reason to charge $9.00 for this biscuit. I would not recommend even trying this restaurant.
Cozy, fast-paced restaurant. Food quantities were generous and good quality. The coffee used for the latte was fairly thin and bitter. We tried the Goat Smash (you might want to ask for the jelly sauce on the side unless you don't mind getting sticky, they pour it all over), the Five-and-Dime (ditto with the gravy), and the home fries. The service was prompt and smooth despite the crowds, which I suspect will begin to thin significantly once the novelty wears off. $30 for two biscuits, home fries and a latte isn't really the best value for breakfast. I'd place the value point of these biscuits at $5-$6 tops, not the $8-$10 price that's currently being charged. Overall, we enjoyed the food but the prices will likely give us pause before returning. For $30 we could have two largr meals plus drinks at many full-service casual dining restaurants.
$50 for two adult meals, a side, and a kids meal. We had to get our own coffee, drinks, and bus our own table. I would rather spend the same amount of money at Famous Toastery and get full service. Restaurant was clean, staff was nice, and food was pretty good, just not worth the money considering everything else. They also don't have a ton of options for kids.
Interesting concept, and I wish them success. However the biscuits are too small and crumbly to support the weight of everything theyre trying to put on them. Its not a $9 sandwich and the sides are all $5-$6, which would have made my lunch $15 before taxes and without a drink. The quality was good. But too expensive considering other options.
A great breakfast/brunch restaurant where you want to go again and again, just to try all the scrumptious food on the menu! Greeted at the door and had a quick highlight of the menu from either a manager or owner. He was so friendly and welcoming giving recommendations and suggestions. The food did not disappoint and as I ordered mine to go, realized two could have eaten well from the item I ordered. Casually and warmly decored, the ambiance and staff were welcoming. I look forward to returning soon, bringing a friend or family member and eating in, then delving into another selection from the menu. The biscuits are very fluffy with a hint of maple baked in...Just like one of the satisfying roasted flavors of coffee they offer. Yes, this restaurant is definitely a keeper in Concord!