I may only have had In-N-Out burger once, when I went with my girlfriend and her mother before a flight back to the East coast, but rest assured I’ll be stopping by on my next trip to California. And this time, I’ll be armed with the secret menu. Which is what, you ask? Which is more than just their regular menu, which looks like this:
There’s nothing wrong with the normal menu. They make a few things and make them well. But while the “secret” menu is the worst kept secret in the business, it can still make you feel like an “in”sider. Eh? Ehh?
X x Y
X is the number of meat patties and Y is the number of slices of cheese (so 3 x 3 is 3 meat patties and 3 slices of cheese, while 1 x 4 is 1 meat patty and 4 slices of cheese)
Two meat patties with no cheese.
Three meat patties with no cheese.
The beef patty is fried with mustard and served with tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, extra spread and grilled onions. You can get any burger (like the veggie or grilled cheeses) made this way.
Two beef patties, two slices of melted cheese. Nothing else.
The burger is wrapped in lettuce instead of a bun. You can get any burger (like the veggie and grilled cheeses) made this way.
Veggie Burger (aka Wish Burger)
A burger with no meat or cheese.
Two slices of melted cheese, lettuce, tomato and spread on a bun, with no meat.
Extra spread, extra tomato, extra lettuce, and extra onions.
Nearly raw fries that are cooked for less time.
Fries that are cooked extra long so as to be extra crisp.
French fries with two slices of melted cheese on top.
Animal Style Fries
French fries with cheese, spread, and grilled onions.
Strawberry, vanilla and chocolate shake flavors combined in one shake.
Half-and-half combo of pink lemonade and 7-Up.
Not too bad, right? I’ve got to say the Protein Style sounds best to me. And it’s lettuce instead of bread, so you know it’s healthy.