In and Out Burger is just what it says; you go in, get a burger, and go out. They have unique fries, which are cut and then fried immediately, which makes them airy, but not my favourite. The burgers are the regular fare, but they will make them to order, even frying the onions before putting them on. They put the napkins on top of the burger, so they stuck to it and were all cheesy, and the paper wrapped around the burger was very greasy. The vanilla shake had a funny taste to it, like it had been in the freezer too long, which wasn’t a nice experience. The cost is inexpensive, when you look at the menu: $1.60 for fries, $2 for an extra large drink, but when you add it all together, it ends up costing more than you expect. Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t have it in for In and Out, but I think there has been way too much fuss over it. I am also not a fan of their animal sauce, which you can get dumped all over the burger, if you ask for their secret animal sauce (it’s just 1000 Island dressing). I’m not a fan of this restaurant, but millions are.
5 out of 10 stars.