A group of us at work went during lunch to try it before having a party for a co-worker. We had no trouble being seated, and our waiter was friendly. Other than those two notes we have little else positive to add. Although our waiter was friendly, the amount of time it took to receive our food was unbelievable. Unless you have a two-hour lunch break or you own the company don't even think about it for lunch. The food was terrible. Two of us had turkey burgers. We both agreed the turkey tasted great, but it was smaller than the bun. The guacamole I ordered on mine tasted sour, and the plain avocado on the other turkey burger was turning black. My co-worker could have added some lemon from her glass of tea to stop the turning, but they were out of lemons. Two other people ordered cheeseburgers, and they seemed to be okay, but for four burgers they brought a plate with three small ramekins: one of mustard, one of mayonnaise, and one of an unknown, pale, orange, tasteless sauce. They were, however, generous with the ketchup. We were thankful for the extra ketchup since the fries were scrawny and dry. We also thought the buns were soggy from the tomatoes and lettuce. One of us ordered hot-wings. She thought the chicken tasted old, and the neon-orange sauce tasted mostly of vinegar, or maybe she was tasting the raw-sewage breeze that kept wafting by. A great view of the city? Maybe of the city employees working on the sewage. In general, we were unhappy with King Biscuit. We won't have our co-worker's party there, we have no plans to return, and we definitely don't recommend it.
Pros: Friendly service
Cons: SLOW service and terrible food