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11-30-2011, 03:55 AM #1
In-N-Out's Secret MenuTHE OFFICIAL SECRET MENUBurgers
a 2×4 “Protein Style“
A “2×4″ is a burger with two beef patties and four slices of cheese. You can also order a “3×3,” a “4×2″ or any other meat/cheese combo your little heart desires. In the past, we’ve seen burgers as large as a 100×100, but In-N-Out changed their policy and now a 4×4 is as large as you can get.
a 2xMeat with Grilled Onions
(Also known as a “Double Meat”) Two beef patties, no cheese. You can order any n-by-Meat, where n is an integer less than or equal to 4. Triple the meat, triple the pleasure. Need your colon impacted, but don’t have years for it to happen? In-N-Out has the burger for you.
one cheeseburger, “Animal Style”
A mustard-cooked beef patty with additional pickles, cheese, spread and grilled onions diced up and mixed together on the grill before getting dumped on your burger. This is probably the most famous secret menu item, and for good reason: it’s pure awesome on a bun. You can get any burger done Animal Style.Cut-In-Half
a cheeseburger cut in half”
No big trick here. Ask for any burger to be cut in half, and it will be.Flying Dutchman
a “flying dutchman”
Two beef patties, two slices of cheese. That’s it. No lettuce. No onions. No bun. No nuthin’. Word on the street is that this item was created for people to feed to their dogs at one of the original In-N-Out’s with walk-up service. Coolest sounding item on the menu.Grilled Cheese
A cheeseburger without the “burger.” You still have lettuce, onions and tomatoes — as well as a nice helping of the spread. Can also be ordered Animal Style.Mustard Grilled
They paint your burger with mustard before grilling just like with Animal Style. They just don’t dump the rest of the stuff on top. Pretty tasty if you like mustard.Protein Style
a 2×4, “protein style”
Any burger you want wrapped in lettuce instead of that carbohydrate-laden bun. Great if you’re doing Adkins.Veggie Burger
Just like the Grilled Cheese, except with no cheese. Also known as a “Wish Burger” — presumably a reference to a song from 1957 by the Chips .Extra Toast
Leaves your bread on the grill a tad longer resulting in “crispy buns,” which is not as dirty as it sounds. Can be ordered with any burger. You can also get the bun lightly toasted or untoasted. Not a good idea though. They toast the buns so that they have some rigidity and don’t get soggy by the condiments.FriesAnimal Style Fries
Animal Style fries
All the same great stuff that’s on an Animal Style Burger, dumped on an order of fries instead.Cheese Fries
Fries with cheese on top. I assume this is why they call it “cheese fries.”Fries Light
Fries not cooked as long as regular. For that great “I’m eating a raw potato” taste.Fries Well-Done
You know those delicious little brown crispy fries that you find in the bottom of the bag sometimes? Wouldn’t it be great if you could get an entire order of them? Your welcome.DrinksNeapolitan Shake
a Neapolitan Shake
All three shake flavors in one delicious cup. Because shakes are so thick, the flavors stay separated. Surprisingly good..Choco-Vanilla Swirl
“Ebony and ivory live together in perfect harmony…”Root-Beer Float
Even old hands at the secret menu are often surprised when you order this item and actually receive it.Tea-Aid
Half tea, half lemonade. Yes, we know this is an “Arnold Palmer.”Lemon-Up
Half lemonade, half 7-up or Sprite.Spread
The In-N-Out version of a “secret sauce.” It’s a bit like Thousand Islands dressing, but there are other things in there, too. You can get a big extra packet of it just by asking.Grilled Onions
You can get them “whole” (one big slice) or chopped.Peppers
You can ask for a packet, or get them diced on the bottom of your burger by asking for “chopped chilis.” Several sites refer to them as jalapeños. They look like banana peppers to me.
In-N-Out is a necessity to many L4P fam that have either experienced it or have it on the Must Eat At check list. For those that do not know, there is a secret menu. I felt the need to share.
In-N-Out Burgers is a West Coast institution. And one of the keys to their success has been keeping it simple. There are only four food items on the In-N-Out menu: Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Double-Double and French Fries. In-N-Out compliments the food with the standard array of Coca-Cola beverages and three shakes: chocolate, vanilla and strawberry. And that’s the menu in its entirety…
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Last edited by RAWMEAN; 05-27-2012 at 02:15 PM.
11-30-2011, 04:09 AM #2
Double double with grilled onions, animal fries, and a chocolate shake. Nothing gets better than that . Have to ask for a root beer float next time though.
11-30-2011, 04:27 AM #3
I miss In-N-Out more than I miss Pavillions Chicken
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11-30-2011, 04:31 AM #4
Forgot one more!! The "chili pepper burger" or "spicy burger" Cut up chilli peppers in the burger. My Fav!!Hidden Content
RIP Kevin You'll forever be missed.
11-30-2011, 04:41 AM #5
It's awesome to see there are more. Here are more Richard R just added...
Only -no spread
Ketchup and/or Mustard can add or use with "only" as a substitute for "spread"
Large and XL shakes are available
On the Sal or salad
Theyll actually cook to temp the burgers
Theyll give you stickers if you ask for them
and of course any combination of the above will be done upon request
No longer available:
Anything over a 4x4
Homerun or Flyby
donuts and/or donut holes
11-30-2011, 04:44 AM #6
11-30-2011, 04:44 AM #7
Aimee well done
11-30-2011, 04:47 AM #8Member
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awesome thanks for an official menu...ive always been afraid that it wouldnt be on the menuFast cars,nice watches, good food.
11-30-2011, 04:49 AM #9
11-30-2011, 05:02 AM #10
In general I VERY rarely eat fast food, but I would kill for an In-N-Out burger and animal fries out here.
Such a good late-night after partying snack when I lived in Arizona and San Fran.