The one good thing about the pandemic is that it’s a perfect time to try out all the popular brunch spots in town. No more lines! I’ve never heard of Chewie’s Biscuit Co before but they’re well known for their biscuit style sandwiches & bennies. It’s a few doors down from Linh Cafe.
We dropped in on a Saturday afternoon (around 1:00pm) and we were able to sit by the window to people watch. The staff are friendly and outgoing, especially one of the owners. Water is self-serve in one of the corners near the counter.
Cute decor up on the wall.
Menu is short and sweet.
Biscuit sandwiches, biscuit brunch (bennies and bowls) and Chewie’s fried chicken.
Moose biscuit sandwich ($14.00)
Fried chicken, sausage gravy, cheddar cheese, bacon and fried egg. Biscuits were fresh. The fried chicken was juicy and sausage gravy complimented the chicken. I enjoyed the melted cheese element.
Smoked salmon benny ($17.00)
Buttermilk biscuit, smashed avocado, poached eggs, hollandaise, hashbrowns, capers and green onions.
Avocado added some creaminess. Hollandaise was light. Egg was perfectly poached. The portion of smoked salmon was small; the benny we had at Yolks was better. Hashbrowns were well seasoned.
Good first visit to CBC.
Chewie’s Biscuit Co
2822 West 4th Avenue