An off the main road country place with a typical southern style breakfast.Their name says it all; the biscuits are big!
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In Fairhope there's 4-5 choices for breakfast. From now on, Biscuit King will be my go-to place if it's me and the guys. For the price, service, ambiance, and breakfast -- any guy who likes Waffle House will love Biscuit King. My only advice, even...More
Yes a pinball machine is an added unexpected bonus. I did some research before our trip and this was a place we just had to try. Unfortunately we tried it on our last day in Fairhope otherwise we would have for sure visited more than...More
After the reviews, had to try this place. The atmosphere is funky, a big barn with tables. The food is not fancy, but the ultimate biscuits & french toast are great! The prices are very reasonable as well.
Standard country breakfast that was very good. The biscuits are quite hearty and can be had with just about anything on the menu. Western and veggie omelettes were good. The grits were okay, and if we had any disappointment it was tomato slices that word...More
Hands down one of the best biscuits I’ve ever had. I had the Hot Ultimate and it was crazy delicious. A biscuit stuffed with sausage bacon egg and cheese and jalapeño, what brilliance created this?!?! The omelette was okay, the hash browns were delicious in...More
So friendly in the country. The biscuit was so big! when you add egg, cheese and meat you can’t eat it all. Everything was very good. The owners come and around and speak with each table. Tell jokes. You feel like you are in their...More
The bacon & cheese omelette was flat and dry and the grits, having been cooked in unsalted water, were bland - other than for puddle of melted butter on top for flavoring. The famous “ugly biscuit” was heavy, loaded with lard or shortening, making it...More
Family had baked chicken, breakfast, catfish and a burger. Everyone left happy so I can’t complain at all! Definitely going back.
Unique rural South experience! Barnlike atmosphere with ocassional live entertainment. ‘Chef” regsles with sacred hymns while cooking incredible variations of biscuits.