Delta Biscuit is a southern style café in the heart of the Louisiana Delta.

Our partners
Our partners

Life, Love, Biscuits

Southern breakfast isn’t complete without warm and buttery biscuits. Heartfelt memories of campfires and cast iron. Louisiana biscuits are a labor of love. What makes the best biscuit is still a lively debate in our kitchen: rolled or drop? Butter or shortening? Buttermilk or cream?
Our favorite is the mess of biscuits—a plateful of cathead buttermilk drop biscuits. Big and bold catheads are a fixture across the Louisiana and Mississippi deltas. And they’re just as fun to eat as they are to make.
We get it, sometimes a biscuit must stand shoulder to shoulder with its biscuit buddies in Momma’s cast iron. But in our kitchen, each drop biscuit starts as a palmful of dough, baked apart so the crisp travels down the sides. They’re crumbly, but sturdy. Creamy buttermilk, farm fresh butter and soft red winter wheat harmoniously combine to keep our biscuits soft, light and airy.

It’s a craft we continue to perfect every day, and it’s our joy to share it with you.

It’s a craft we continue to perfect every day, and it’s our joy to share it with you.

Our Partners

We’re proud to support local farms and producers in northeast Louisiana, and across the south.

Norris Syrup is the perfect accompaniment to our biscuits, pancakes and waffles. Norris Cane Syrup comes from Louisiana sugar cane, “the kind of stuff your grandparents would put on the table”.
Current farms is a testament to the rich tradition of local farming and organic, sustainable agriculture. Their pledge is simple, to provide the most nutritious and flavorful seasonal produce.
Any self respecting Southern breakfast restaurant takes their grits seriously. Which is why we partner with Grit Girl, Mississippi, for premium stone ground grits using locally grown corn.
Seventh Square Coffee  is a local roaster in northeast Louisiana. Our custom roast, “Rolling Delta” is a high altitude blend with notes of chocolate praline, cocoa and sweet coffee cherry. The perfect morning pick-me-up.
Kingsland Ranch is an 850 acre cattle farm in the lush country hills of west Monroe, Louisiana. The steaks are aged to perfection, and the hamburgers are some of the best we’ve tasted. It must be that locally grown hay, molasses and cracked corn.