I'm no stranger to In-N-Out, the massively popular California-based fast food burger chain (that is apparently poised to expand East, if only a couple states closer to me—hooray!). The Mission: Order and document every single item and option on the menu, public, secret, super-duper-secret. Anybody who's been halfway around the block is aware of In-N-Out's secret menu, which allows you a few custom options other than the regular hamburger, cheeseburger, fries, shakes, and Double-Double that appear on their printed menus. Before I ever set foot in the store, I culled the Internet, eventually stumbling upon the Davis County Wiki, which has a full user-generated page devoted entirely to In-N-Out menu options. With such a large and complex order, I figured the best strategy to achieve my goals without getting kicked out of the restaurant would be to order in waves, always including one simple, anchor sandwich (say, a regular Double Double) along with a few of my "special" requests. Here's some more: If you don't like your onions chopped, you might want to instead opt for a whole grilled onion. As for those chopped chilis, I'm no amateur when it comes to heat, but biting one of these diminutive fire-bombs in half nearly brought me to tears.
Those who want to mix up the flavor of their condiments without setting fire to their throats might instead want to just ask to add mustard or add ketchup.
As we were working our way through the order, I noticed the couple beside me asking for a veggie burger. If you really love veggies and really hate carbs, you can also get your burger as a lettuce wrap by asking for it protein style. That should make you feel better about yourself when you tuck into the meat and cheese fest known as the Flying Dutchman—the ultimate Atkins-friendly menu item.
Moving on to the liquid side of things, you have your standard choice of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry milkshake (yes, they will honor a request for a black & white). Everyone knows that In-N-Out's fries are notoriously bad despite being fresh cut in-house—it's because they only fry them once instead of the superior McDonald's-style double-fry—but there are ways to improve them. Potential fry hack: Order a few trays of in-n-out fries extra light, bring them home, then refry them yourself. And of course, if you want to gussy up your gear, all you've got to do is ask for some stickers.
As we wrapped up our order and he rung it in, Thomas confided that "this was the coolest day I've ever had at work." I agreed. Yes ,Thomas, yes we would, I said softly, dabbing at the onion-scented tears that suddenly welled up in the corners of my eyes with greasy spread-covered fingers. We left the store positively high on good burgers and even better service and spent the next hour on the beach at Golden Gate Park staring into the sea and pondering how great the world would be if every fast food experience could be as uplifting. You pull up to the window and you order some off the wall sounding burger that your friend’s never heard of?
But just in case you need a refresher on what’s really on the menu, and what you made up in your head because it sounded good, here’s a list!
You know those delicious little brown crispy fries that you find in the bottom of the bag sometimes? Leaves your bread on the grill a tad longer resulting in “crispy buns,” which is not as dirty as it sounds. A Nike+ Black Level Ambassador by 6am, Eidetic Social Media Coder Geek by noon, and a wife & friend by 5pm, Courtney enjoys exploring and developing social apps that are on the bleeding edge of both design & technology. So just in case you missed it, yeah, we ordered everything on the secret menu at In-N-Out, and we thought you might like to see every photo in a single place, really big.


And for those of you asking, here he is, the man himself, In-N-Out employee of the century Thomas, delivering burgers, hats, and smiles to the table. Yes that’s right, you can make just about anything on the menu animal style, even the Flying Dutchman! A Veggie Burger from In N Out is not your ordinary something that looks like meat but is made out of tofu veggie burger. There's a reason why some of these In-N-Out secret menu items are even more popular than regular In-N-Out orders -- it makes you feel like part of an exclusive club.
I drew up a list that included about two dozen distinct menu items designed to demonstrate the entire width and breadth of the custom options available at your typical In-N-Out location before hopping into the car. Ask for a three by three or a four by four, and what you get is a triple cheeseburger or quadruple cheeseburger, respectively.
After cooking the first side, the cook will squirt some mustard onto the top of the patty before flipping it so that it sizzles into the meat on the grill.
Order a grilled cheese, and what you get is a soft toasted In-N-Out bun with two slices of American cheese beautifully melted in between. Grilled onions cooked down in the collected meat juices on the hot griddle can be added to any sandwich, and come standard if you ask for your burger or fries Animal Style.
We proceeded to spend the next 15 minutes poring over our options, colluding like '80s kids in a clubhouse trading Garbage Pail Kids, expanding my original list with Thomas' insider information. Thomas was hyper-enthusiastic about this one, saying it was his favorite, and describing the flavor as "almost diner-like." I've got to concur. But you can, of course, request that your bun come either no toast or extra toast, the latter helping to help protect it from excess burger juice. I was surprised when I found that you can opt out of the delicious Thousand Island-style spread and instead go for the more familiar red and yellow squirts. If for some reason you've decided to step into In-N-Out as a non-meat eater, no worries, this is a hippie town after all. Ask for a Neapolitan, and you get all three flavors in one gloriously integrated and harmonious cup. By resting them on the way home, they should be in perfect shape to crisp up into perfect, double-fried fries by the time you get them into your own kitchen, providing you with fresh, double-fried potatoes with the tedious cutting and initial deep-frying work taken care of for you.
You can get either the classic In-N-Out crossed palm trees over a white background, or a 16-piece sticker-puzzle that features a couple of boys hiding behind a car and being very naughty indeed. Like ice cream scooped onto apple pie, shoving fries into a burger just makes sense, right? Kenji Lopez-Alt is the Managing Culinary Director of Serious Eats, and author of the James Beard Award-nominated column The Food Lab, where he unravels the science of home cooking.
So here you go: A wallpaper-sized image with every secret menu item at In-N-Out Burger (click to expand)! I've eaten plenty of their signature veggie-heavy, never-frozen, well-balanced, tangy-sauced creations.
They used to accommodate sandwiches larger than 4 x 4 (check out a 100 x 100!), but no longer do. An Animal Style burger also includes extra Thousand Island spread, mustard grilled patties, and extra pickles. At my local McDonald's, the cashier has trouble even getting a single cheeseburger right, never mind special requests!


Say the magic words medium rare, and any burger can be cooked so that it retains a nice pink center. The fries turn out more dry and crunchy than crispy with a fluffy center, but it's a definite improvement. A restaurant-trained chef and former Editor at Cook's Illustrated magazine, he is the author of the New York Times best-selling cookbook The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science, available now wherever books are sold.
A restaurant-trained chef and former Editor at Cook's Illustrated magazine, he is the author of upcoming The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science, to be released on September 21st, 2015 by W. Any items on the In-N-Out secret menu list are highly coveted because they make going to the restaurant kind of a cult activity, something only the "cool people" can do.
I've even had them frozen and FedExed across the country in order to recreate them at home (that particular experiment was a great success, by the way). I was fairly certain that they could also accommodate a 2 x 4 or a 4 x 2 (that'd be two patties, four slices of cheese, or four patties, two slices of cheese), but hadn't actually tried it in action on an unsuspecting cashier. If you ask for it, you can even get the standard lettuce, tomato, and raw onion slices stacked inside. By the way, you can indeed order 2 x 4's or 4 x 2's, or even 1 x 4's if you are particularly fond of American cheese.
Also known as a wish burger (as in, "I wish there was meat in this burger"), it's a toasted bun piled high with hand-leafed lettuce, sliced tomatoes, and of course, onions, spread, and pickles upon request.
Even Thomas admitted that only a few of the deepest, inner-circle In-N-Out employees will honor the request, but you can always hack your way to it by requesting extra lettuce, tomatoes, and onions on the side. The words root beer float will get you a half cup of root beer topped with a swirl of vanilla soft-serve.
If you're on the opposite end of the spectrum, you can also request your fries light, where they'll come to your tray almost completely blond, limp, and greasy. That said, last Sunday I found myself about to attempt something that I've never done before.
You'll want to mix 'em up with your fork before the cheese starts to coagulate (of course, you can also ask for just plain old cheese fries). Ask for a Flying Dutchman Animal Style and they'll add a scoop of diced onions to the cheese.
Was the entire deep, burger-fueled connection that I perceived between our souls nothing but a a lie, as fragile and hollow as a well-done fry? They toast the buns so that they have some rigidity and don’t get soggy by the condiments.
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Ask for an extra packet of spread, and you've got yourself a fully-seasoned daily-allowance of vegetables at no extra cost.
He must have seen the devastation on my face because he quickly continued with, "but I'd be happy to order you another cheeseburger and fries and you can put them in your sandwich yourself. Thomas corroborated the rumored accounts of customers who go even more extreme; one customer regularly ordered two minute fries, which were still crunchy and raw in the middle.



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