Posted on Jun 4, 2011 in Food & drink
I have heard several times about the “Secret” In & Out burger restaurant menu. I saw the version on their website, but it’s pretty much incomplete. Where can I find a version with all the hamburger and French fry variations possible?
You’re right — the In & Out “secret” menu on their corporate site is thinner than a single, no bun.
Here are the menu items we found:
2 by 4: Two meat patties and four slices of cheese. The first number means the meat, the second the cheese — so there’s 2×3, 3×3, 3×4 and so on, up to 4×4.
Double Meat: A Double Double without cheese
3 by Meat: Three meat patties and no cheese
Animal Style: Meat patty cooked and fried with mustard, then pickles, extra spread and grilled onions added
Protein Style: A burger wrapped in lettuce instead of a bun
Flying Dutchman: Two medium-rare meat patties, two slices of melted cheese (no bun)
Grilled Cheese: No meat — just melted cheese, tomato, lettuce and sauce on a bun.
Veggie Burger: Burger without the patty or cheese — instead with grilled onions, lettuce, sauce and double tomatoes.
Add chilis: Ask for chopped chilis, and you’ll get chopped peppers on your burger
Untoasted: Get your bun on the soft and doughy side
Fries well done: Extra-crispy French fries
Fries light: French fries cooked about half as long as usual
Cheese fries: French fries with cheese melted on top
Animal Style Fries: Fries with spread, cheese, grilled onions and pickles
Neapolitan shake: Strawberry, vanilla and chocolate milkshakes blended together
Choco-vanilla swirl shake: Chocolate and vanilla shake in the same cup
Root beer float: Vanilla milkshake mixed with root beer
Super-sized shakes: You can order your milkshakes in large and extra large
Both Serious Eats and The Chive ordered everything on In-N-Out’s secret menu, and took photos.
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