Tuesday, March 27, 2007

3x3 Animal Style at In-N-Out Burger, Millbrae CA

I could write a three page post about In-N-Out Burger but I won't do it this time. I can get back to this issue later. This time I'll just cover the basic company info and the menu options.

In-N-Out is a private burger joint in Western United States. It was founded in 1948 and the chain has restaurants only in California, Arizona and Nevada. In-N-Out have a commitment to freshness and all orders are made to order from fresh, never frozen ingredients. The menu is made simple, and you have three burger options along with one size of fries, shakes and sodas. Despite the apparent simplicity of the menu, there are literally hundreds of different ways to customize a burger. And on top of that there's a "secret" menu which is only available on their website.

We stopped to an In-N-Out in Millbrae next to SFO airport before rushing in to a domestic terminal. Place was packed as always and this burger almost made me miss my flight to Dallas. Luckily we got to ticketing 5 minutes before they closed it for my flight.

My 3x3 Animal Style burger was one of the secret menu options: it had three 100% pure beef patties, hand-leafed lettuce, tomato, spread, three slides of cheddar stacked high on a freshly baked bun. Animal style adds pickle, extra spread and grilled onions. Combo adds a drink of your choice and freshly cut fries. Meat patties are "juicy" and tasty, In-N-Out spread is really tasty and grilled onions finalize the perfect mix of grease and taste. The fries are hand cut in front of your eyes and they are from another planet when compared to their frozen cousins. This is man-food with the twist of freshness!

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