If you are looking for something that is the definition of satisfying comfort food, then look no further than the Guilty Biscuit. Their name is most likely enough to let you know that this is not where you go when you are looking for something light and healthy. You head straight to the Guilty Biscuit when you are looking to satisfy your cravings, ALL YOUR CRAVINGS!
Opened by the former owners of Harry's, the Guilty Biscuit is currently set up for carryout and curbside. We have now been there twice and both times our food was ready in less than 20 min. With their easy ordering platform, you can order ahead and your food will be ready when you need it to be!
On our first trip, we ordered more Breakfast style biscuits. The Risk it biscuit was so good! The almond pecan hot sauce, piece of fried chicken, homemade pickles, and cheese over a biscuit is just the perfect amount of richness but full of flavor! The Avocado Egg Biscuit was very good as well, the tomato helps cut through the denseness and really balances the egg and avocado.
One of my absolute favorite things, their fries! I know it might seem silly, but I love french fries. When I read the menu and noticed that they had crinkle-cut fries, I had to try them. As soon as I opened the bag I knew they were going to be good. They were crisp on the outside, but soft and creamy on the inside. I was instantly reminded of a little cafe that I used to go to when I visited my grandmother. They were that good!
If you are craving a burger, they have several versions to curb your cravings! This Burger on a biscuit comes with fried onions and pork belly. I mean...what more do you need???
If you ever made it to Harry's, I hope you tried their Bruschetta, it was AH-MAZING! That type of complement should not be taken lightly, especially when you hear it from someone who doesn't really like raw tomatoes! If you did not make it to try Harry's Bruschetta, you are in luck!
On our second trip, I took the time to read the menu a little more and noticed, The O.G. Tomato and Goat Cheese Bruschetta, so I had to try it. A piece of naan bread is slathered with goat cheese and then topped with herbed tomatoes and olive tapenade. It is SOOO good!
Finally, don't think they forgot about dessert. We have tried the roasted apples and the Biscuit S'more's. Both are excellent and it just depends on if you are craving chocolate, fruit, or BOTH! After all, it is the Guilty Biscuit!