9 reviews of In-N-Out Burger in English
For the serious grease cravings, I recommend In-N-Out for an alternative to the more traditional McDonalds and Burger King scene. The fries are less crispy than aforementioned but that is because the style of cooking is better. It is not tourism central must have, but it’s a genuinely good alternative when you feel like burgers, shakes and fries! Enjoy.
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From a Brit, this has to be the definition of a good burger. They don't do anything fancy, and it looks cheap, but the food is fresh and well prepared.
No trip to the West Coast is complete without worshiping at the altar of In-n-Out. Possibly the finest burger I've ever had. I have a slight moment of anxiety every time that it's not going to live up to the memories, and every time I've breathed a huge, meaty sigh of relief. The menu is simple. Burgers, fries and drinks. They have a much famed 'secret' menu, but essentially it boils down to combinations and numbers of patties and cheese slices. There's also the patented 'animal style' fries and burgers, slathered in onion, cheese and mustard and worthy of poetry. The fries are a little floury but not too greasy or doused in salt. The patty is meaty, thin and wonderful. Served in a white sponge dough bun, not too much taste, but that goes some way to soaking up the sauces. If I was complaining, I'd say that there was little too much onion for me but with the slice of tomato and piles of lettuce, it's certainly enough to count for a portion a day.
A little disappointing after all the hype in the guidebook about it being 'the’ burger chain of California.
It’s a simple operation, just three different burgers or meals to choose from which was a refreshing change from the huge menus you get in many fast food places these days.
The burgers were good but the fries were dry. They do use a healthier type of cooking oil but unfortunately it shows in the taste and crunchiness of the chip.
Full marks for preparing all the food, including peeling and cutting the potatoes on the premises.
A good alternative to McDonald’s and Burger King.
Normally, I wouldn’t recommend fast food to anyone I think deserves a clean artery. However, I can’t seem to shun In-N-Out…they’ve sucked me into the fast food vortex.
However, In-N-Out has a better reputation than McDonalds and Burger King. Their meat products are of a higher quality, and they don’t add sugar and excessive additives to their food. For that reason, I justify eating the occasional double-double…with fries and a soda, of course.
Don’t forget the “SECRET MENU” when you visit:
3-by-3 is three meat patties and three slices of cheese.
4-by-4 is four meat patties and four slices of cheese.
2-by-4 is two meat patties and four slices of cheese.
You can get a burger with as many meat patties or cheese slices as you want.
Double Meat is like a Double Double without cheese.
3 by meat is three meat patties and no cheese.
Animal Style is when the meat is cooked and fried with mustard and then pickles are added, extra spread and grilled onions are added.
Animal Style Fries is fries with cheese, spread, grilled onions and pickles.
Protein Style is a burger with no bun and instead wrapped in lettuce.
Flying Dutchman is two meat patties, two slices of melted cheese and no bun
Fries Well-Done is simply extra crispy fries.
Fries Light is the opposite of fries well-done.
Grilled Cheese is no meat, just melted cheese, tomato, lettuce and spread on a bun.
Veggie Burger is a burger without the patty or cheese.
Neapolitan Shake is strawberry, vanilla and chocolate ice cream blended together.
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