Buttercloud Bakery & Cafe is an artisan bakery specializing in biscuits, scones, sticky buns, specialty desserts and other downright delicious baked goods. They also offer breakfast and lunch sandwiches featuring local ingredients piled high on their signature buttermilk biscuits.
Breakfast was very good we had the Works. Homemade food is always the best! Best country gravy I have had in a long time definitely not canned!
Extremely rude waitress
My wife and I went to Buttercloud on Saturday morning January 15th . Our waitress ( no name tag ) she had blue heights light in her hair was extremely rude. We asked to speak to a manger and she told us we couldn’t talk to the manager .. Terrible service
On my way to becoming a regular
I'm out here working for a few months, and my wife came to visit. We ate.at a few different places but she requested to come back here again before leaving. The biscuits are light and fluffy and seriously the best I've ever had. Both breakfast were delicious and coffee is also very good. Definitely a favorite spot in Medford
Great place for brunch.
They moved about six months ago. My GPS maps have not caught up with the move. After driving around a bit we found it and it was worth the trip. My friend has stomach issues and needs gluten free food. They were more than willing to substitute cornbread with a biscuit. I had a savory bacon cheddar cheese egg scone. Excellent. Although still worried about Covid we sat on the patio.
Two lunches over two weeks. Two disappointments in a row.
Two lunches over two weeks. Two disappointments in a row. The "Chipolte Porter Pulled Pork" sandwich was like Arby's on a good biscuit. Meat and bread and nothing more. No sauce. No greens. No pickled onions. No slaw. I would have been happy with anything to balance the meat, but there was nothing. It was just meat on a biscuit which yielded a completely unappetizing sandwich. The "Beef and Blue" was not any better. The menu claims it has "tomato chile jam" and "Rogue Creamery blue cheese," but, although I could see evidence of something when I looked for it -- a bit of reddish color in one bite; a few crumbles of the blue cheese when I pulled back the top biscuit -- there was not enough of either to actually taste them! I want this café to make it, but seriously, their kitchen staff has to pick-up their game, and I look to the café's owners to make that happen. If it's a question of trying to save money by not delivering fully-developed sandwiches, they need to change their menu because, by short cutting and not delivering, they are doing themselves a huge disfavor.