Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen is a kitchen and little more. There are no dining accommodations whatever. Service is drive-through, and parking around the place is minimal. All that is OK with me, because the biscuits are superb. They are extra large with fluffy insides that radiate a rich buttermilk character. The kitchen splits them into halves and loads in such items as bacon and eggs, sausage, and country ham. That ham – rank and salty with plenty of chew – is a well-nigh perfect match for the creamy biscuit, especially when sided with a tall, icy cup of sweet tea.
We also loved the pork tenderloin biscuit and the chicken biscuit, the latter a luxurious pillow of expertly fried white-meat chicken with a golden crust and insides moist enough to flavor the biscuit once that crust is severed.
For an on-the-go breakfast, this humble little shop cannot be beat. The menu also lists sandwiches, hamburgers, and hot dogs. I can’t imagine coming here and not wanting a biscuit.