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Did I mention In ‘N Out Burger in the title of this post? Oh yeah! By the way, I do find it ironic that I just talked about health and am now talking about In ‘N Out Burger. Moderation, everyone!
This will probably be my only fast food burger for the year, so it should at least be good.
When I was last in L.A. I was a hard core pescetarian, so I couldn’t really enjoy In ‘N Out like I should have. I was not going to miss tasting it on this trip. Anyhoo, I got off the plane in Los Angeles and was able for the first time in a long time to feel WARM wind on my face. After being cheap on my five hour cross-country flight and not buying the $8 sandwiches offered on the plane, I was totally ready for lunch. Luckily, Big Mitts, my friend and tour guide for our trip, lives VERY close to an In ‘N Out. Score!!
A Cheeseburger Animal Style (with sauteed onions + extra sauce)
Favorite parts of the meal:
Sauce + the Onions i.e., the animal style in general
Worst part of the meal:
Okay, some brief general observations:
1. This burger was definitely good. I felt like the elements didn’t gel well together though. Parts of it were downright freezing cold, and the burger was sorta kinda just warm. I like my food (especially mass cooked meat) to be pretty warm when I get it. Am I being picky?
2. In ‘N Out is rather good burger, BUT is it life changing? I’m going to have to say that I don’t think so. I think it’s a great FAST FOOD burger, but I have tasted better burgers in general. I think I’d rather save my red meat points for elsewhere, if I’ve got other options. Plus, I know that they must put the worst things ever in them, but Mc Donald’s fries cannot be beat. These In ‘n Out fries were a little soggy, and I longed for some more crunch and salt.
3. I think given In ‘N Out’s price, it’s a great deal for the quality of the burger.
So what do you think? What are your feelings about In ‘N Out? Did this East Coast girl miss the mark? Maybe I went to the wrong In ‘n Out location? Do you have a favorite fast food burger option in your city or town that isn’t Mc Donald’s or Burger King?