Prepare to Have Biscuits on The Brain

A world of biscuits is waiting for you at Bird Bird Biscuit at the corner of Manor Road and Walnut Avenue. Bird Bird Biscuit takes your wildest dreams and turns them into biscuits. The super friendly staff fries everything fresh to order as the smell of biscuits fills the air. The menu is simple, yet filling, with options for different chicken sandwiches, egg sandwiches, biscuits (of course), specials, and drinks. I got the Queen Beak which is their OG sandwich and it was better than I could have ever imagined.

I’m about to blow your mind because bacon-infused chipotle mayo exists and it is seriously life-changing. I will never again crave a honey butter chicken biscuit from Whataburger; the Queen Beak is the gourmet version and then some! The chicken was crispy just how I like it and had an excellent flavor. The biscuits were fluffy and warm and somehow held the sandwich together. The bacon-infused chipotle mayo mixed with the pepper honey was the perfect combination to tie the sandwich together. It might be a bit messy, but it is so worth it. Long live the Queen Beak.

Moving on to the biscuits and gravy which are even more amazing with some bacon sprinkled on top.

The gravy was thick, creamy, and seasoned to perfection. The biscuits were soft, fluffy, and tasted out of this world covered in gravy. You can’t compete with these biscuits! If you’re a fan of bacon, you won’t regret adding it on top of the biscuits and gravy. The bacon was crispy and added a little crunch to the biscuits and gravy that you didn’t know you needed.

And for the main event: the dough doughs. Dough doughs are biscuit donut holes tossed in cinnamon sugar. Trust me when I say, regular donut holes will never be enough after you try these things. The second you open the bag the smell of cinnamon sugar overcomes you and forces you to take a bite.

The warmer the better, but even after finishing my sandwich, they were still soft and warm on the inside.

Imagine a gourmet cinnamon ball but with biscuits, truly amazing. The order comes with 3 and they’re a lot bigger than your average donut hole. Definitely don’t forget to order the dough doughs when you head down to Bird Bird Biscuit.

Bird Bird Biscuit is a true gem. I can’t wait to come back for more dough doughs and iced coffee. I like my iced coffee black and it was strong just the way I like it. They also have iced tea, fresh orange juice, lemonade, as well as a few soft drinks and water options. There’s a cute bar area along the windows inside and a couple of 4 top tables all within view of the Bird Bird Biscuit crew whipping up your biscuits. They also have a few tables outside that would be fun to sit at on a nice day. And if you end up feeling a spiritual connection to the Queen Beak sandwich like I did, don’t forget to pick up your pink “Queen Beak” hat at checkout. Make sure to come see how real biscuits taste at Bird Bird Biscuit, open Monday through Friday from 7 AM-2 PM, and Saturday through Sunday 8 AM-3 PM. The biscuits are waiting for you.

Chris Kim

Chris Kim, a contributor for TexasTasty, has a passion for sharing the essence of the Lone Star State through his writing. Born and raised in Texas, Chris offers a unique perspective shaped by his background in journalism and love for storytelling. He crafts narratives that transport readers to the vibrant landscapes and rich culture of Texas, whether he's exploring hidden gems in local communities or savoring the diverse flavors of Texan cuisine.