We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The most unique breakfast items you will find. Not "weird" unique, but delicious unique. Excellent service and very affordable. Bought some of their granola on recommendation from a friend and it 'tis the best I've ever had.
Great storefront restaurant with appropriately spaced tables and service with a smile! I had the veggie hash with fluffy Parmesan scrambled eggs and my husband had the Harper Rose. Our food was great tasting, hot and beautifully presented. So glad we gave The Biscuit a...try!More
It's in a small shopping area that's seen better days but the Biscuit is doing just fine, thank you. Service was quick and very friendly, sanitation/masking/distancing were all present and accounted for.
Best of all, the food was TERRIFIC. The cranberry bread French toast was...a huge hit and even the white bread I ordered with my eggs was homemade - and was served with real butter and homemade jam.
We went to Holland to visit the art museum on the Hope College campus (which wasn't open to non-students) but the Biscuit is worth a trip all by itself.More
Went for breakfast because of all the good reviews. We were pleased with the taste and quality of the breakfast. We shared the Farmers Breakfast and added some Cranberry-Raisin Focaccia Toast. Everything was delisious!
We had a 35 minute wait to get seated on Sunday morning. Then it took over 40 minutes after we ordered to receive our food. The manager was polite as was the waitress. But with only six small groups being seated in the restaurant 40...minutes for food seems extremely long. While the service was good we won’t be returning due to the long wait for a basic breakfast.More
Date of visit: June 2020
241robg, Owner at The Biscuit, responded to this reviewResponded 25 September 2020
I am terribly sorry for the wait for your food. This was our first weekend of dine-in service after three months serving carry-out only, and I was completely unprepared for the volume of carry-out orders we would continue to receive at the peak hours on...More
There are menu items that are nut and dairy free. I don't know about contact of utensils in the kitchen. It is a small place. If you inform them of your allergies when ordering, I feel they would accommodate.
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
Is This Your Listing?
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.