Buckets of Biscuits at Maple Street Biscuit Company


Whenever I visit a new city, I always make it a point to try some local favorites.  When I visited St. Augustine, Florida, a family friend took us to Maple Street Biscuit Company.  Oh man, I’m still dreaming about it… and it’s been over a month since I had their biscuits.

Situated right off the beautiful campus of Flagler College, Maple Street Biscuit Company is a wonderful way to get in delicious southern flavors for breakfast or lunch.  Once my family and I walked in, we were greeted by the friendly and helpful staff who recommended some delicious food.

After talking with the staff, I decided to go for the Squwaking Goat – a biscuit sandwich with all natural chicken breast, a fried goat cheese medallion, and their house made pepper jelly (which is a sweet and sour sauce).  I’m a big fan of goat cheese and once I saw fried goat cheese on the menu, I was sold.

After about fifteen minutes, our food came out and it looked so appetizing.  The biscuits were flaky and the fried chicken was a beautiful golden brown.  I had to take numerous pictures of the biscuits because they looked ahmaaaaazing.

Here are pictures of what I got, The Squaking Goat.  Sandwiched between the flaky biscuits are the crispy fried chicken placed under a delectable fried goat cheese medallion.  Once you bite into the sandwich you get a rush of flavors – you get the sweetness and spice from the pepper jelly and then the creamy crunch of the goat cheese paired with the crispy chicken and buttery biscuit.

Ugh, if I could go back to Florida, I’d go back to Maple Street Biscuit Company because it’s one of the best bites of food I’ve ever had!  If you’re ever in the area, definitely visit.  You won’t regret it, I promise!

Wanna visit?  You can check out Maple Street Biscuit Company on their site.

Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions about Maple Street Biscuit Company are genuine, and not sponsored.  I received no compensation for writing this post or eating at this establishment.  Photos provided were taken by me, if you would like to use the photos please contact me on the Contact page.

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