An Interview with the Owners of an Atlanta Original: The Flying Biscuit Cafe

Check out the video interview above as’s Ho Chie Tsai stops through Atlanta, GA to meet up with two young entrepreneurs and brothers, Joseph and Matthew Hsiao. They now own and operate the very popular all-day breakfast spot, The Flying Biscuit Cafe.

Joseph manages the original historic Candler Park location, while Matthew manages the popular Midtown location. There are currently 12 franchise locations in total, but these first two original locations are most often frequented by local and visiting celebrities.

During this visit, I also meet Jeff Dewberry, who is recognizable from his appearance on celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey’s TV reality show, Hell’s Kitchen, season 1. Jeff who started out as a baker, now serves on the management team at The Flying Biscuit Cafe.

Joseph and Matthew are great guys who take pride in their Taiwanese heritage and family history in the business. Their family also owns a number of other Chinese-themed restaurants in the Atlanta area.

If you ever have the chance to visit Atlanta, be sure to check out The Flying Biscuit Cafe, and ask for one of them! They are great guys to meet, and they definitely know a thing or two about southern hospitality!

One Response to “An Interview with the Owners of an Atlanta Original: The Flying Biscuit Cafe”

  1. Stephen Chen

    Whoa! I LOVE the Flying Biscuit and had no idea that the owners are Taiwanese American. I’ll have to stop by for some biscuits the next time I’m back home. Thanks for profiling a great Atlanta establishment, Ho Chie and giving the South some love!

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