Here's a list of 10 In-N-Out Secret Menu Items They Try To Hide From You! In-N-Out is known for their amazing secret menu, but here are the top 10 In-N-Out Secret Menu Items you may not know about.
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In-n-Out is one of the United States most popular burger restaurants, and for a good reason - they offer good food and great options for people with all sorts of tastes. What some customers of In-N-Out might not know is there are even more options than they let on, if you know what to ask for. The following are some of the top secret menu items you can order from In-N-Out.
In 1948, Harry and Esther Snyder opened the first In-N-Out Burger. They served the freshest burgers, fries, and drinks in a friendly, sparkling-clean atmosphere. And the times, well, they have not changed at In-N-Out. The menu is still the same basic menu our guests have enjoyed since 1948. And we've been serving everything up the same exact way: fresh, made to order and with only the highest quality ingredients.
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0:25 Animal Style at In-N-Out
1:50 A couple off menu In-N-Out additions
2:58 In-N-Out’s Grilled cheese
4:04 In-N-Out’s Flying Dutchman, Animal Style
5:21 Protein style at In-N-Out
6:19 The In-N-Out mustard grilled burger
7:21 In-N-Out’s Milkshake flavors
8:39 The Veggie burger at In-N-Out
9:48 In-N-Out’s 3X3 or 4X4
10:56 In-N-Out Fries done the way you want
- In-N-Out animal style fries. They’re regular everyday fries, which are then smothered in cheese, In-N-Out's well-known special sauce, and some grilled onions.
- Not everything on the In-N-Out secret menu is a full dish on its own, sometimes the best secret menu items are those things that you can add or change about your favorite food item.
- A great option for vegetarians who may want to enjoy the In-N-Out classic taste, the grilled cheese is in essence a cheeseburger without the meat.
- The Flying Dutchman is another popular secret menu item at In-N-Out, an option that is just two burgers with cheese melted between them, no buns, sauce or vegetables required.
- Protein style at In-N-Out hamburger is the same as any other hamburger on the inside, but it is wrapped in a lettuce wrap instead of between two buns, cutting just a bit of those carbs out and making it the slightest bit healthier.
- In-N-Out mustard grilled burger states exactly what it is, it’s a secret menu item that consists of the cooks covering the hamburger in mustard before cooking it.
- Milkshakes are some of the most popular sides in any place that serves them, and there’s usually at least the three basic flavors that everyone enjoys: strawberry, vanilla and chocolate.
- At In-N-Out, they’ve skipped that step and simply removed any trace of a hamburger patty from their veggie burger, and just kept the vegetables and sauce between the buns.
- 3X3 burger is a regular In-N-Out style hamburger, but it has three hamburger patties covered in three slices of delicious cheese, and as you can probably guess, the 4X4 adds yet another patty and slice of cheese for those who are very, very hungry.
- Perhaps one of the lesser known secret menu options at In-N-Out, these aren’t some new flavor added to a dish, these are just options for how your fries are cooked.
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