The first time at the Biscuit House, I ordered biscuits and gravy with sausage and bacon. I asked for the hash browns burnt and that's how they came out. I usually exaggerate, but this was the first time I ever had someone take me up on it. I appreciated the effort. I like extra crispy hash browns. The eggs were cooked nicely.
The gravy seemed thin. When I asked if it was a mix, the waitress said, "No. We make everything here." When I asked why the gravy was so thin, she responded "Condensation. It sits on the stove." That seemed a little bizarre. The longer gravy stays on the burner the thicker it gets. There were little tiny bits of ham and sausage in the gravy.
The bacon was okay, the sausage links were okay, the biscuit was okay.
The second time around I ordered the Haley Hash. It comes with chorizo and salsa. I passed on the salsa, but asked for my hash browns "crispy." I liked the hash, but the chorizo was finely chopped . . . little tiny bits. The hash browns were nice and crispy. I asked about the chorizo, "So that's on purpose . . . chopping it so small?" It was.
Both times I visited the diner I ordered a scone for Peg. She said, "Good scone."
There are 68 Google reviews and most of them are five stars. People mention they like the food and the serving size. I'm glad to see a successful restaurant, although it didn't work for me. The serving size was big, I didn't finish either meal I ordered. For me I thought the breakfasts were a little pricey and most of the food bland. I did like the beverage station with Dole orange juice, which I mixed with lemonade. I still don't understand little chopped bits of chorizo, which should be big bold flavors and I don't understand thin gravy. What's the point?