Nary a bit of sausage in the overtly-seasoned gravy, and the portion is rather light atop the heavy, dense biscuits. If you're in the neighborhood opt for the Waveland Cafe's more satisfying offering [see blog post].
The hash browns have a nice brown top, but once you get past this veneer they're quite wan and unremarkable. The chili on top is rather sweet, and sports less spice than the gravy on the aforementioned biscuits.
I was able to salvage this gut-busting meal by adding my eggs on top with liberal dashes of Cholula hot sauce.
I must admit to a lunch visit here a few years back where I was served the most overcooked, desiccated smoked sausage I have ever eaten. Sadly, this trip has only slightly improved on that experience.